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(Macfadden Publications), Mary Macfadden & Emile Gauvreau (1953). Dumbbells and Carrot Strips; The Story of Bernarr Macfadden. (New York, NY: Holt, 405 p.). Macfadden, Bernarr, 1868-1955.

(Macfadden Publications), Mark Adams (2009). Mr. America: How Muscular Millionaire Bernarr Macfadden Transformed the Nation Through Sex, Salad, and the Ultimate Starvation Diet. (New York, NY: Harper, 304 p.). Macfadden, Bernarr; Macfadden Publications, Inc.; publishers and publishing. Established $30 million publishing company (Photoplay, True Detective, Physical Culture (flagship, most influential health magazine of all time), New York Evening Graphic; introduced muscleman Charles Atlas (immigrant from Calabria, Italy, named Angelo Siciliano), created template for every fitness magazine published today; changed society.

(Maclean-Hunter Publishing Co.), Floyd S. Chalmers (1968). A Gentleman of the Press. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 368 p.). Maclean, John Bayne, 1862-1950; Maclean-Hunter Publishing Co.; Businessmen -- Canada -- Biography.

(Macmillan), Charles Morgan (1944). The House of Macmillan (1843-1943). (New York, NY: Macmillan, 247 p.). Macmillan & Co.

Alexander Macmillan (http://www.nature.com/npg_/images/timeline/1869_pic.jpg)

(MacMillan), Lovat Dickson (1963). The House of Words. (New York, NY: Atheneum, 304 p.). Macmillan & Co.; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain.

(MacMillan), Richard Davenport-Hines (1992). The Macmillans. (London, UK: Heinemann, 70 p.). McMillan family; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography; Statesmen -- Great Britain -- Biography.

(MacMillan), Ed. Elizabeth James (2002). Macmillan: A Publishing Tradition from 1843. (New York: Palgrave, 273 p.). Curator of British Collections, 1801-1914 at The British Library, Associate Fellow of the Institute of English Studies (University of London). Macmillan Publishers--History; Publishers and publishing--History--19th century; Publishers and publishing--History--20th century; Authors and publishers--Great Britain--History--19th century; Authors and publishers--Great Britain--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Correspondence.

(MacMillan-Canada), John Morgan Gray (1978). Fun Tomorrow: Learning To Be a Publisher and Much Else. (Toronto, ON: Macmillan of Canada, 347 p.). Former President, MacMillan Company of Canada. Gray, John Morgan; MacMillan Company of Canada--History; Publishers and publishing--Canada--Biography.

(Macon Telegraph and News), Jaclyn Weldon White (2005). Bestest: The Life of Peyton Tooke Anderson, Jr. (Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 172 p.). Co-founder, New Press in 1969; Books Editor and Columnist at The Toronto Star. Anderson, Peyton Tooke, 1907-1988; Newspaper editors--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography. 

(Mad), Frank Jacobs (1972). The Mad World of William M. Gaines. (Secaucus, NJ: L. Stuart, 271 p.). Gaines, William M.; Mad (New York, N.Y. : 1958); Comic books, strips, etc.--United States--History and criticism; Publishers and publishing.

William M. Gaines - Mad Magazine (http://www.boston.com/ae/movies/blog/youngaines.jpg)

(Mad), Maria Reidelbach (1991). Completely Mad: A History of the Comic Book and Magazine. (Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 208 p.). Mad (New York, N.Y. : 1958); Comic books, strips, etc.--United States--History and criticism; American wit and humor.

(Magnum Photos Inc.), Russell Miller (1997). Magnum: Fifty Years at the Front Line of History. (New York, NY: Grove Press, 324 p.). Magnum Photos, inc.--History' Commercial photography--History.

(Manchester Guardian), David Ayerst (1971). Guardian; Biography of a Newspaper. (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 702 p.). The Guardian, Manchester, Eng. Designed to commemorate that paper’s 150th birthday.

C P Scott

 

 

Charles Prestwich Scott - Manchester Guardian (http://www.terramedia.co.uk/ quotations/ScottCP.gif)

(Manchester Guardian), William Haslam Mills (1972). The Manchester Guardian: A Century of History. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 146 p.). The Guardian, Manchester, Eng.

(Manchester Guardian),  David Ayerst (1974). C. P. Scott, 1846-1932; The Making of the "Manchester Guardian". (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 252 p.). Scott, Charles Prestwich, 1846-1932.; The Guardian, Manchester, Eng. 

(Manchester Union Leader), Kevin Cash (1975). Who the Hell Is William Loeb? (Manchester, NH: Amoskeag Press, 472 p.). Loeb, William, 1905- ; Knox, Frank, 1874-1944; Manchester Union Leader.

(Marvel Comics Group), Dan Raviv (2002). Comic Wars: How Two Tycoons Battled Over the Marvel Comics Empire--and Both Lost. (New York, NY: Broadway, p.). National Correspondent (CBS News). Perelman, Ronald; Icahn, Carl C., 1936- ; Marvel Comics Group--History; Comic books, strips, etc.--United States--History and criticism. 

(Marvel Comics Group), James Robert Parish (2006). Stan Lee: Comic-Book Writer and Publisher. (New York, NY: Ferguson, 122 p.). Lee, Stan; Cartoonists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography. Chairman Emeritus of Marvel Comics.

(Maxwell), Tom Bower (1988). Maxwell: The Outsider. (London, UK: Aurum, 374 p.). Newspaper publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography.

Robert Maxwell (http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/525000/ images/_526038_robert _maxwell150.jpg)

(Maxwell), Joe Haines (1988). Maxwell. (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 525 p.). Maxwell, Robert, 1923- ; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography; Newspaper publishing -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century; Politicians -- Great Britain -- Biography; Mass media -- Great Britain.

(Maxwell), Peter Thompson and Anthony Delano (1988). Maxwell: A Portrait of Power. (London, UK: Corgi, 256 p.). Newspaper publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography.

(Maxwell), Nicholas Davies (1992). The Unknown Maxwell: His Astonishing Secret Lives Revealed by His Aide and Close Companion. (London, UK: Sedgwick & Jackson, 346 p.). Maxwell, Robert, 1923-.

(Maxwell), Roy Greenslade (1992). Maxwell: The Rise and Fall of Robert Maxwell and His Empire. (New York, NY: Caroil Pub. Group, 376 p.). Maxwell, Robert, 1923- ; Newspaper publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; Mass media--Great Britain.

(Maxwell), Eleanor Berry (1993). Robert Maxwell as I Knew Him: A Black Comedy. (Braunton Devon, UK: Merlin Books, 139 p.). Maxwell, Robert, 1923- ; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; Newspaper publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century; Mass media--Great Britain.

(Maxwell), Nicholas Davies (1993). Death of a Tycoon / Nick Davies: An Insider's Account of the Fall of Robert Maxwell. (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 346 p.). Maxwell, Robert, 1923- ; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography; Newspaper publishing -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.

(Maxwell), Elisabeth Maxwell (1994). A Mind of My Own: My Life with Robert Maxwell. (New York, NY: HarperCollins, 536 p.). Maxwell, Elisabeth, 1921- ; Maxwell, Robert, 1923- ; Publishers' spouses -- Great Britain -- Biography; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography; Newspaper publishing -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century; Politicians -- Great Britain -- Biography; Mass media -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.

(Maxwell), Tom Bower (1995). Maxwell, The Final Verdict. (London, UK: HarperCollins, 478 p.). Maxwell, Robert, 1923- ; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century; Newspaper publishing -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography; Mass media -- Great Britain.

(Maxwell), Russell Davies (1995). Foreign Body: The Secret Life of Robert Maxwell. (London, UK: Bloomsbury, 220 p.). Maxwell, Robert, 1923- ; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography.

(Maxwell), Mike Maloney and William Hall (1996). Flash! Splash! Crash!: All at Sea with Cap’n Bob: My Astonishing Adventures with Robert Maxwell. (Edinburgh, Scotland: Mainstream, 208 p.). Personal Photographer for Robert Maxwell. Maxwell, Robert, 1923- ; Maloney, Mike; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; Newspaper publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century; Mass media--Great Britain--History--20th century; Photographers--Great Britain--Biography.

(McClelland and Stewart Limited), Edited by Sam Solecki (1998). Imagining Canadian Literature: The Selected Letters of Jack McClelland. (Toronto, ON: Key Porter, 300 p.). Professor of English at St. Michael's College (University of Toronto). McClelland, Jack, 1922- -- Correspondence; Publishers and publishing -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Correspondence; McClelland and Stewart Limited -- Biography.

(McClelland and Stewart Limited), James King (1999). Jack: A Life with Writers: The Story of Jack McClelland. (Toronto, ON: Knopf Canada, 435 p.). McClelland, Jack, 1922- ; McClelland and Stewart Limited--History; Publishers and publishing--Canada--Biography; Authors and publishers--Canada--History--20th century.

(McClelland and Stewart Limited), Ellen Stafford (1999). Always & After: A Memoir. (Toronto, ON: Viking, 293 p.). Stafford, Ellen; Novelists, Canadian--20th century--Biography; Publishers and publishing--Canada--Biography; Journalists--Canada--Biography; Editors--Canada--Biography.

(McClure's), Peter Lyon (1963). Success Story, The Life and Times of S. S. McClure. (New York, NY: Scribner, 433 p.). McClure, S. S. (Samuel Sidney), 1857-1949; McClure's magazine.

Sam McClure

S. S. McClure (http://cather.unl.edu/images/cat.nf006_08/cat.nf006_08.fig1.jpg)

(McClure's), Harold S. Wilson (1970). McClure's Magazine and the Muckrakers. (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 347 p.). McClure's magazine.

(McClure's), Willa Cather; introduction to the Bison Books edition by Robert Thacker (1997). The Autobiography of S.S. McClure. (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 266 p. [orig. pub. 1914]). McClure, S. S. (Samuel Sidney), 1857-1949; McClure's magazine.

(McGraw-Hill), Roger Burlingame (1959). Endless Frontiers: The Story of McGraw-Hill. (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 506 p.). McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Inc.; McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.

  James H. McGraw (http://www.mcgraw-hill.com/user-images/general/history_jmcgraw.jpg)

John A. Hill (http://www.mcgraw-hill.com/user-images/general/history_jhill.jpg)

(John Menzies PLC), Leslie Gardiner (1983). The Making of John Menzies. (Edinburgh, Scotland: J. Menzies PLC, 96 p.). Menzies family; John Menzies PLC--History; Newspaper and periodical wholesalers--Scotland--History; Booksellers and bookselling--Scotland--History; Publishers and publishing--Scotland--History.

(Meredith Corp.), James A. Autry (1996). Confessions of an Accidental Businessman: It Takes a Lifetime To Find Wisdom. (San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 252 p.). Former President of the Meredith Corporation's Magazine Group. Autry, James A.; Executives--United States--Biography; Management. 

(Meredith Corp.), Kathi Ann Brown (2002). Meredith: The First 100 Years. (Des Moines, IA: Meredith Corp., 208 p.). Meredith Corp; Meredith, Edwin Thomas; Publishers and publishing -- History. Grew out of dim rooms and brilliant ideas of bold young publisher.

(Merrymount Press), George Parker Winship (1947). Daniel Berkeley Updike and the Merrymount Press of Boston, Massachusetts, 1860, 1894, 1941. (Rochester, NY: Print. House of Leo Hart, 141 p.). Updike, Daniel Berkeley, 1860-1941; Merrymount Press.

(Michigan State University Press), Maurice Hungiville (1998). From a Single Window: Michigan State University and Its Press, 1947-1997. (East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 150 p.). Michigan State University Press--History; Michigan State University Press; University presses--United States--History--20th century; University presses--Michigan--East Lansing--History--20th century; Scholarly publishing--United States--History--20th century; Scholarly publishing--Michigan--East Lansing--History--20th century.

(Mills & Boon), Joseph McAleer (1999). Passion's Fortune: The Story of Mills & Boon. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 322 p.). Mills & Boon (Firm)--History; Literature publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century.

(Milwaukee Journal), Will C. Conrad, Kathleen F. Wilson [and] Dale Wilson. With a foreword by Arthur Ochs Sulzberger (1964). The Milwaukee Journal: The First Eighty Years. (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 232 p.). Milwaukee journal.

(Milwaukee Journal), Robert W. Wells (1981). The Milwaukee Journal: An Informal Chronicle of Its First 100 Years. (Milwaukee, WI: Milwaukee Journal,      p.). Milwaukee Journal.

(Minneapolis Star and Tribune Company), Bradley L. Morrison (1966). Sunlight on Your Doorstep; The Minneapolis Tribune's First Hundred Years, 1867-1967. With a foreword by Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey. (Minneapolis, MN: Ross & Haines, 149 p.). Minneapolis morning tribune; Minneapolis Sunday tribune; Minneapolis Star and Tribune Company.

(Le Monde), Patrick Eveno (1996). Le Monde: Histoire D’une Entreprise de Presse, 1944-1995. (Paris, FR: Le Monde Editions, 540 p.). Memoire d’entreprises; Collection Memoire d’entreprises.

--- (2001). Le Journal Le Monde: Une Histoire D’independance. (Paris, FR: Odile Jacob, 295 p.). Monde.

(Le Monde), Philippe Cohen and Pierre Pean (2003). La Face Cachee du Monde. (Paris, FR: Mille et Une Nuits, 631 p.). Witer for Weekly magazine (Marianne); Monde.

(Le Monde), Patrick Eveno (2004). Histoire du Journal Le Monde, 1944-2004. (Paris, FR: Albin Michel, 707 p.). Bibliotheque Albin Michel. Histoire; Bibliotheque Albin Michel de l’histoire.

(John Murray), Samuel Smiles (1973). A Publisher and His Friends; Memoir and Correspondence of the Late John Murray, with an Account of the Origin and Progress of the House, 1768-1843. (New York, NY: AMS Press, 2 vols. [orig. pub. 1911]). Murray, John, 1778-1843; John Murray (Firm); Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--History--19th century; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Correspondence; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography.

(John Murray), William Zachs (1998). The First John Murray and the Late Eighteenth-Century London Book Trade: With a Checklist of His Publications. (New York, NY: Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 433 p.). Murray, John, 1737-1793; John Murray (Firm)--History--18th century; John Murray (Firm)--Catalogs; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; Publishers and publishing--England--London--History--18th century; Book industries and trade--England--London--History--18th century.

(John Murray), Humphrey Carpenter (2008). The Seven Lives of John Murray: The Story of a Publishing Dynasty, 1768-2002. (London, UK: John Murray Publishers Ltd., 384 p.). Murray, John, 1737-1793; John Murray (Firm)--History--18th century; John Murray (Firm)--Catalogs; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; Publishers and publishing--England--London--History--18th century; Book industries and trade--England--London--History--18th century. 1768 - former lieutenant  in the Royal Marines, from Edinburgh, John McMurray, bought bookselling business in Fleet Street; dropped "Mc" in response to outbreak of Scottophobia; published Jane Austen's Emma; published On the Origin of Species; firm revived in 2oth century by "Jock" Murray; 2002 - acquired from John Murray VII by Hodder Headline publishers.

(Nassau Daily Review-Star), Edward Uhlan; Foreword by Kent Cooper; Appreciation by Cranston Williams (1959). Dynamo Jim Stiles: Pioneer of Progress; The Story of a Newspaper Publisher Who Built a Country and a Legend. (New York, NY: Exposition Press, 392 p.). Stiles, James Esmond, 1889-.

(National Enquirer), Jack Vitek (2008). The Godfather of Tabloid: Generoso Pope Jr. and the National Enquirer. (Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 248 p.). Associate Professor of Journalism and English (Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin). Pope, Generoso, 1927-1988; National Enquirer (New York, N.Y.: 1957) --History; Publishers and publishing --United States --Biography; Newspaper publishing --United States --History --20th century; Tabloid newspapers --United States --History. Originator of supermarket tabloids; 1952 - acquired New York Enquirer; 1954 - changed name, format, content; created newspaper genre; changed world of publishing.

(National Geographic), Robert Poole (2004). Explorers House: National Geographic and the World It Made. (New York, NY: Penguin Press, 357 p.). Former Executive Editor (21-Year Staff Member). National Geographic Society (U.S). From start in 1888 to evolution into one of most esteemed and iconic American institutions - sweep of American scientific, geographic, political history since late 19th century; Grosvenors (founding family), Alexander Graham Bell (linked to family by marriag) created institution's photography-based monthly (family has been on masthead since McKinley administration); remained modestly obscured from public view while media empire grew to reach some 40 million readers, viewers each month; inside workings of magazine's editorial process (behind some ground-breaking articles, explorations: 1) Cousteau's Calypso voyages, 2) origins of Jane Goodall's research on chimpanzees, 3) 1963 Mt. Everest expedition, first to place American on summit); writers, photographers (Luis Marden, writer-photographer who unearthed remains of H.M.S. Bounty off Pitcairn Island).

(National Newspaper Association), Robert F. Karolevitz (1985). From Quill to Computer: The Story of America's Community Newspapers: Commemorating the Centennial of the National Newspaper Association. (Freeman, SD: Pine Hill Press, 342 p.). National Newspaper Association--History; Community newspapers--United States--History; Newspaper publishing--United States--Technological innovations--History.

(National Review), Jeffrey Hart (2006). The Making of the American Conservative Mind: National Review and Its Times. (Wilmington, DE: ISI Books, 425 p.). Emeritus Professor of English (Dartmouth). National Review; Buckley, William F., Jr.; conservatism--United States. Magazine, its personalities, major conservative intellectual trends, their application to and commentary on history as it developed over the past fifty years.

(Thomas Nelson & Sons), Edited by Heather Holmes and David Finkelstein (2001). Thomas Nelson and Sons: Memories of an Edinburgh Publishing House. (East Linton, East Lothian, Scotland: Tuckwell Press in association with Scottish Archive of Print and Publishing History, 13o p.). Thomas Nelson & Sons--History; Publishers and publishing--Scotland--Edinburgh--History.

Thomas Nelson (http://www.sapphire.ac.uk/Images/nelson2.jpg)

(Thomas Nelson Inc.), Sam Moore (2005). American by Choice: An Immigrant's Journey from Door-to-Door Sales to CEO. (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 240 p.). Former President, CEO (Thomas Nelson, Inc.). Moore, Sam, 1930- ; Thomas Nelson Publishers--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Lebanese Americans--Biography; Christian literature--Publication and distribution--United States--History--20th century. 

(New American Library), Victor Weybright (1967). The Making of a Publisher: A Life in the 20th Century Book Revolution. (New York, NY: Morrow, 360 p.). Weybright, Victor, b. 1903; Publishers and publishing--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--Biography.

(New Directions), Hayden Carruth (1999). Beside the Shadblow Tree: A Memoir of James Laughlin. (Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press, 151 p.). Laughlin, James, 1914- ; Carruth, Hayden, 1921- --Friends and associates; Literature publishing--United States--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Poets, American--20th century--Biography.

(New Press), Andre Schiffrin (2007). A Political Education. (Hoboken, NJ: Melville House Pub., 281 p.). Founder, Director of The New Press. Schiffrin, Andre--Political and social views; Schiffrin, Andre--Childhood and youth; Schiffrin, Andre--Homes and haunts--France--Paris; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Paris (France)--Intellectual life--20th century; United States--Intellectual life--20th century. Tumultuous period  on both sides of Atlantic; development of celebrated publisher, passionate testament to importance of books as force for betterment. 

(New Press), André Schiffen (2010). Words and Money. (New York, NY: Verso, 176 p.). Former Publisher of Pantheon Books, Founder of The New Press. Publishing industry -- history; media -- consolidation. Revolution in publishing during last decade; media consolidation has contributed to ongoing demise of serious journalism in newspapers, magazines, serious broadcast news, online journalism; how the American corporate model has extended its reach to Europe, around globe; alternative policies to help to save journalism, media in US.

(New South Wales Bookstall Company), Carol Mills (1991). The New South Wales Bookstall Company as a Publisher: With Notes on Its Artists and Authors and a Bibliography of Its Publications. (Canberra, Australia: Mulini Press, 117 p.). New South Wales Bookstall Company--History; New South Wales Bookstall Company--Bibliography; Publishers and publishing--Australia--New South Wales--History.

(NY Daily News), Leo E. McGivena and others (1969). The News; The First Fifty Years of New York’s Picture Newspaper. (New York, NY: News Syndicate Co., 428 p.). The News, New York, 1919-.

Joseph Medill Patterson (founder, NY Daily News)(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/ thumb/f/fc/Joseph_Medill_Patterson.jpg/220px-Joseph_Medill_Patterson.jpg)

(NY Daily News), John Chapman (1977). Tell it to Sweeney: The Informal History of the New York Daily News. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 288 p. [orig. pub. 1961]). Daily news (New York, N.Y.: 1920).

(NY Herald), Don C. Seitz . (1928). The James Gordon Bennetts, Father and Son, Proprietors of the New York Herald. (Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 405 p.). Bennett, James Gordon, 1795-1872; Bennett, James Gordon, 1841-1918; New York Herald.

James Gordon Bennett - NY Herald (http://memory.loc.gov/service/pnp/cph/3g00000/3g04000/3g04100/3g04150r.jpg)

(NY Herald), Richard O’Connor (1962). The Scandalous Mr. Bennett. (New York, NY: Doubleday, 335 p.). Bennett, James Gordon, 1841-1918.; New York Herald.

(NY Herald), James L. Crouthamel (1989). Bennett's New York Herald and the Rise of the Popular Press. (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 202 p.). Bennett, James Gordon, 1795-1872; Journalism -- United States -- History -- 19th century; New York Herald (New York, N.Y. : 1840).

(NY Herald Tribune), Richard Kluger with the assistance of Phyllis Kluger (1989). The Paper: The Life and Death of the New York Herald Tribune. (New York, NY: Vintage Books, 799 p. [orig. pub. 1986]). New York Herald Tribune.

(NY Post), Allan Nevins (1968). The Evening Post; A Century of Journalism. (New York, NY: Russell & Russell, 590 p. [orig. pub. 1922]). New York Post.

Dorothy Schiff - New York Post (http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/09/21509-004-C1EA176D.jpg)

(NY Post), Jeffrey Potter (1976). Men, Money & Magic: The Story of Dorothy Schiff. (New York, NY: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 352 p.). Schiff, Dorothy, 1903-1989; Journalists--United States--Biography.

(NY Post), Steven Cuozzo (1996). It's Alive!: How America's Oldest Newspaper Cheated Death and Why It Matters. (New York, NY: Times Books, 342 p.). New York Post; Tabloid newspapers--United States; Sensationalism in journalism--United States. 

(NY Post), Marilyn Nissenson (2007). The Lady Upstairs: Dorothy Schiff and the New York Post. (New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 528 p.). Schiff, Dorothy, 1903-1989; New York Post; Journalists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States. Most dynamic female newspaper publisher of her day; owned, guided New York Post into one of most dedicated supporters of New Deal liberalism; maintained its distinct personality as chatty, parochial, New York tabloid. 

(NY Times), Meyer Berger (1951). The Story of the New York Times, 1851-1951. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 589 p.). New York Times.

Henry Jarvis Raymond - co-founder New York Times  (http://www.nytco.com/images/timeline-1851.jpg)

Adolph S. Ochs (http://www.nytco.com/images/timeline-1896-8-18.jpg) April 9, 1935 Obituary: http://www.nytimes.com/learning/general/ onthisday/bday/0312.html

(NY Times), Gay Talese (1969). The Kingdom and the Power. (New York, NY: World Pub. Co., 555 p.). New York Times.

(NY Times), Gerald W. Johnson (1970). An Honorable Titan, A Biographical Study of Adolph S. Ochs. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 313 p. [orig. pub. 1946]). Ochs, Adolph S. (Adolph Simon), 1858-1935.

(NY Times), Elmer Holmes Davis (1971). History of the New York Times, 1891-1921. (St. Clair Shores, MI: Scholarly Press, 434 p. [orig. pub. 1921]). New York Times.

(NY Times), Harrison E. Salisbury (1980). Without Fear or Favor: The New York Times and Its Times. (New York, NY: Times Books, 630 p.). New York Times.

(NY Times), Joseph C. Goulden (1988). Fit to Print A.M. Rosenthal and His Times. (Seacaucus, NJ: L. Stuart, 486 p.). Rosenthal, A. M. (Abraham Michael), 1922- ; New York times--History; Journalists--United States--Biography; Editors--United States--Biography; Newspaper editors--United States--Biography.

(NY Times), Edwin Diamond (1995). Behind the Times: Inside the New New York Times. With a New Epilogue. (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 443 p. [orig. pub. 1994]). New York Times.

(NY Times), Richard F. Shepard (1996). The Paper's Papers: A Reporter's Journey Through the Archives of the New York Times. (New York, NY: Times Books, 373 p.). New York Times.

(NY Times), Susan E. Tifft and Alex S. Jones (1999). The Trust: The Private and Powerful Family Behind the New York Times. (New York, NY: Little, Brown, 870 p.). Ochs, Adolph S. (Adolph Simon), 1858-1935 --Family; Ochs family; Sulzberger family; New York Times Company--History; New York times--History; Newspaper publishing--New York (State)--New York--History--20th century; Newspaper publishing--New York (State)--New York--History--19th century. 

(New Yorker), Gigi Mahon (1988). The Last Days of The New Yorker. (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 358 p.). New Yorker (New York, N.Y. : 1925)--History; Periodicals--Publishing--New York (State)--New York--History--20th century; Consolidation and merger of corporations--New York (State)--New York; New York (N.Y.)--Intellectual life--20th century.

(New Yorker), Renata Adler (1999). Gone: The Last Days of the New Yorker. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 252 p.). Shawn, William; New Yorker (New York, N.Y. : 1925)--History; Periodicals--Publishing--New York (State)--New York--History--20th century; Journalism--New York (State)--New York--Editing--History--20th century.

(News Corp.), Simon Regan (1976). Rupert Murdoch: A Business Biography. (London, UK: Angus and Robertson, 246 p.). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931-.

Rupert Murdoch - News Corp. (http://www.forbes.com/images/2001/08/17/rupert_murdoch_200x278.jpg)

(News Corp.), Michael Leapman (1985). Arrogant Aussie: The Rupert Murdoch Story. (Seacaucus, NJ: L. Stuart, 288 p.). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Times (London, England); Newspaper publishing--Australia; Newspaper publishing.

(News Corp.), George Munster (1985). A Paper Prince. (New York, NY: Viking, 291 p.). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Newspaper publishing--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--Australia--Biography; Publishers and publishing--Biography.

(News Corp.), Thomas Kiernan (1986). Citizen Murdoch: The Unexpurgated Story of Rupert Murdoch--The World's Most Powerful and Controversial Media Lord. (New York, NY: Dodd, Mead, 337 p.). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Publishers and publishing--Australia--Biography; Publishers and publishing--Biography; Newspaper publishing; Broadcasting.

(News Corp.), Linda Melvern (1986). The End of the Street. (London, UK: Methuen, 276 p.). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Strikes and lockouts--Newspapers--Great Britain; Newspaper publishing--Great Britain; Newspaper employees--Labor unions--Great Britain; News International (Firm) Strike, 1986.

(News Corp.), Jerome Tuccille (1990). Rupert Murdoch. (New York, NY: D.I. Fine, 302 p. [rev. ed.)). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Publishers and publishing -- Australia -- Biography; Publishers and publishing -- Biography; Newspaper publishing -- History -- 20th century; Broadcasting -- Biography.

(News Corp.), William Shawcross (1992). Rupert Murdoch: Ringmaster of the Information Circus. (Lonson, UK: Chatto & Windus, 616 p.). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Mass media--Australia--Biography.

(News Corp.), William Shawcross (1997). Murdoch. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 496 p. [rev. and updated]). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Mass media--Australia--Biography.

(News Corp.), Neil Chenoweth (2002). Rupert Murdoch: The Untold Story of the World's Greatest Media Wizard. (New York, NY: Crown, 398 p.). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Mass media--Australia--Biography.

(News Corp.), Wendy Goldman Rohm (2002). The Murdoch Mission: The Digital Transformation of a Media Empire. (New York, NY: Wiley, 288 p.). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Mass media--Australia--Biography.

(News Corp.), Bruce Page (2003). The Murdoch Archipelago. (London, UK: Simon & Schuster, 580 p.). News Corporation; Publishers and publishing -- Australia; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain; Publishers and publishing -- United States.

(News Corp.), Bruce Dover (2008). Rupert's Adventures in China: How Murdoch Lost a Fortune and Found a Wife. (London, UK: Mainstream Publishing, 320 p.). Murdoch’s man in China for most of 1990s. Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; News Corporation; Publishers and publishing--China. Corporate kowtowing; risks, limits of any strategy that relies on cultivating,  retaining favor of party officials.

(News Corp.), Michael Wolff (2008). The Man Who Owns the News: Inside the Secret World of Rupert Murdoch. (New York, NY: Broadway Books, 464 p.). Columnist, Vanity Fair. Murdoch, Rupert, 1931-; News Corporation; Mass media --Australia --Biography. Growth of Murdoch's $70 billion media kingdom; family dynasty, accounts of Dow Jones takeover, plays for Yahoo!, Newsday; exclusive glimpse into man who wields extraordinary power, influence in media on worldwide scale.

(News on Sunday), Peter Chippindale and Chris Horrie (1988). Disaster!: The Rise and Fall of News on Sunday: Anatomy of a Business Failure. (London, UK: Sphere, 238 p.). News on Sunday; Newspapers with Greater Manchester (Metropolitan County) imprints Newspapers with Manchester imprints News on Sunday history.

(Newsday), Robert F. Keeler (1990). Newsday: A Candid History of the Respectable Tabloid. (New York, NY: Morrow, 790 p.). Newsday (Hempstead, N.Y.)--History; Tabloid newspapers--United States--History.

(Nonesuch Press), John Dreyfus; with an introduction by Geoffrey Keynes (1981). A History of the Nonesuch Press. (London, UK: Nonesuch Press, 319 p.). Nonesuch Press--History.

(North Wales Newspapers Limited), Robbie Thomas (1988). The Advertizer Family: A History of North Wales Newspapers Limited. (Oswestry, Wales: North Wales Newspapers, 99 p.). North Wales Newspapers Limited; Shropshire Oswestry Publishing.

(Novello and Co.), The Company (1961). A Century and a Half in Soho. A Short History of the Firm of Novello, Publishers and Printers of Music, 1811-1961. (London, UK: The Company, 85 p.). Novello and Co.; Music publishers--Great Britain.

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(Novello & Co.), Michael Hurd (1981). Vincent Novello--and Company. (New York, NY: Granada, 163 p.). Novello, Vincent, 1781-1861; Novello & Co.

(Novello & Co.), Victoria L. Cooper (2003). The House of Novello: Practice and Policy of a Victorian Music Publisher, 1829-1866. (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 210 p.). Novello & Co.; Music publishers--England; Music publishing--England--History; Music--England--19th century--History and criticism.

(Novello & Co.), Fiona M. Palmer (2006). Vincent Novello (1781-1861): Music for the Masses. (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 242 p.). Novello, Vincent, 1781-1861; Music publishers--England--Biography.

(Oklahoma Publishing Company), David Dary (2003). The Oklahoma Publishing Company’s First Century: The Gaylord Family Story. (Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Pub. Co., 160 p.). Gaylord, Edward King, 1873-1974; Gaylord, Edward Lewis, 1919-; Oklahoma Publishing Company --History; Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, Okla. : 1985); Newspaper publishing --Oklahoma --Oklahoma City --History --20th century. 1903 - Edward King Gaylord, Ray M. Dickinson, Roy M. McClintock paid $15,000 for 45% interest in Daily Oklahoman.

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(Olympia Press), Maurice Girodias (1980). The Frog Prince: An Autobiography. (New York, NY: Crown. Girodias, Maurice; Olympia Press (Paris, France)--History; Publishers and publishing--France--Biography; Paris (France)--Imprints.

(Olympia Press), Patrick J. Kearney (1987). The Paris Olympia Press. (London, UK: Black Spring Press, 112 p.). Girodias, Maurice; Olympia Press (Paris, France); Publishers and publishing--France--Paris--History--20th century; Literature publishing--France--Paris--History--20th century; Erotic literature--Bibliography--Catalogs; Paris (France)--Imprints.

(Olympia Press), John de St. Jorre (1996). Venus Bound: The Erotic Voyage of the Olympia Press and Its Writers. (New York, NY: Random House, 358 p.). Girodias, Maurice; Olympia Press (Paris, France)--History; Erotic stories--Publishing--France--History--20th century; Literature publishing--France--History--20th century; Erotic stories--Publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century; Literature publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century; Erotic stories--Publishing--United States--History--20th century; Literature publishing--United States--History--20th century.

(Open Court Publishing Company), Harold Henderson (1993). Catalyst for Controversy: Paul Carus of Open Court. (Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 205 p.). Carus, Paul, 1852-1919; Open Court Publishing Company--History; Religious literature--Publishing--United States--History; Publishers and publishing--Illinois--La Salle--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Periodicals--Publishing--United States--History; Philosophers--United States--Biography; United States--Intellectual life.

(Open Court Publishing Company), Harold Henderson (2006). Let’s kill Dick and Jane: How the Open Court Publishing Company Fought the Culture of American Education. (South Bend, IN: St. Augustine’s Press. Open Court Publishing Company--History; Textbooks--United States; Textbooks--Publishing--Social aspects--United States; Educational change--United States; Educational publishing--United States. 

(Ouest-Eclair), Guy Delorme (2000). L’Abbe Trochu, Patron de Presse. (Rennes, FR: Apogee, 255 p.). Trochu, Felix, 1868-1950; Ouest-eclair; Journalists--France--Biography; Publishers and publishing--France--Biography.

(Oxford University Press), Ben Ray Redman (1946). The Oxford University Press, New York, 1896-1946. (New York, NY, Oxford University Press, 55 p.). Harper's Magazine .Oxford University Press; Publishers and publishing --New York (State) --New York --History; New York (N.Y.) --Imprints.

(Oxford University Press), Harry Graham Carter (1975). A History of the Oxford University Press. (Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1 vol.). Oxford University Press--History; University presses--England--Oxford--History; Scholarly publishing--England--Oxford--History. Incomplete Contents: v. 1. To the year 1780, with an appendix listing the titles of books printed there, 1690-1780.

(Oxford University Press), Peter Sutcliffe (1978). The Oxford University Press: An Informal History. (Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 303 p.). Oxford University Press--History; University presses--England--Oxford--History; Scholarly publishing--England--Oxford--History.

(Oxford University Press), Keith Ovenden (1996). A Fighting Withdrawal: The Life of Dan Davin, Writer, Soldier, Publisher. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 469 p.). Davin, Dan, 1913- ; Oxford University Press--Employees--Biography; Novelists, New Zealand--20th century--Biography; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; World War, 1939-1945--New Zealand; Soldiers--New Zealand--Biography. 

(Pacific Press), Marc Edge (2001). Pacific Press: The Unauthorized Story of Vancouver's Newspaper Monopoly. (Vancouver, BC: New Star Books, 450 p.). Pacific Press -- History; Newspaper publishing -- British Columbia -- Vancouver -- History -- 20th century.

(Pall Mall Gazette), John W. Robertson-Scott (1971). The Story of the Pall Mall Gazette, of the first Editor Frederick Greenwood, and of Its Founder George Murray Smith. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 370 p.). Greenwood, Frederick, 1830-1909.; Smith, George, 1824-1901; The Pall Mall gazette, London.

(Panama American), Nelson Rounsevell (1933). The Life Story of "N.R."; or, 40 Years of Rambling, Gambling and Publishing. (Panama City, Panama: The Panama American Publishing Co., 180 p.). Founder and Publisher of the Panama American. Rounsevell, Nelson, 1877?- ; The Panama American; Publishers and publishing--Panama--Panama.

(Pantheon), Andre Schiffrin (2001). The Business of Books: How International Conglomerates Took Over Publishing and Changed the Way We Read. (New York, NY: Verso, 178 p.). Publisher at Pantheon for 30 Years. Schiffrin, Andre; Pantheon Books--History--20th century; Random House (Firm)--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--Mergers--History--20th century; Book industries and trade--United States--History--20th century; Small presses--United States--History--20th century. Six behemoths share 80% of market, profit margin is objective. Account of  collapsing standards of contemporary publishing. 

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(Parade Magazine), Walter Anderson (2003). Meant To Be: The True Story of a Son Who Discovers He is His Mother's Deepest Secret. (New York, NY: HarperCollins, 256 p.). CEO, Parade Magazine. Anderson, Walter, 1944- ; Problem families--United States; Secrecy--Psychological aspects; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography. 

(Penguin), J. E. Morpurgo (1979). Allen Lane, King Penguin: A Biography. (London, UK: Hutchinson, 405 p.). Lane, Allen, Sir, 1902-1970; Penguin (Firm) -- Biography; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography.

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(Penguin), Penguin Books (1985). Fifty Penguin Years: Published on the Occasion of Penguin Books' Fiftieth Anniversary. (Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 142 p.). Penguin (Firm) -- History; Penguin (Firm) -- Exhibitions; Book industries and trade -- England -- London -- Exhibitions. Published to accompany the exhibition Fifty Penguin years at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 21 September-27 October 1985.

(Penguin), Peter Calvocoressi (1994). Threading My Way. (London, UK: Duckworth, 213 p.). Partner in Chatto & Windus and the Hogarth Press, Chief Executive of Penguin Books. Calvocoressi, Peter; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; Historians--Great Britain--Biography.

(Penguin), ed, Steve Hare (1995). Penguin Portrait: Allen Lane and the Penguin Editors, 1935-1970. (New York, NY: Penguin, 368 p.). Lane, Allen, Sir, 1902-1970; Penguin (Firm) -- History; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography; Editors -- Great Britain -- Biography.

(Penguin), Geoffrey Dutton (1996). A Rare Bird: Penguin Books in Australia, 1946-96. (New York, NY: Penguin Books, 297 p.). Penguin (Firm)--History; Paperbacks--Publishing--Australia--History--20th century.

(Penguin), Richard B. Doubleday (2006). Jan Tschichold, Designer: The Penguin Years. (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 218 p.). Tschichold, Jan, 1902-1974; Penguin (Firm); Printing--History--20th century--Specimens; Book design--History--20th century; Typographers--Switzerland--Biography.

(Penguin), Jeremy Lewis (2006). Penguin Special: The Life and Times of Allen Lane. (London, UK: Viking, 416 p.). Allen Lane -- publisher.; Penguin (Firm) -- Biography. 

(Phoenix), Blanche Cooney (1993). In My Own Sweet Time: An Autobiography. (Athens, OH: Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, 246 p.). Cooney, Blanche; Cooney, James, d. 1985.; Phoenix (Woodstock, N.Y.); Publishers and publishing--Massachusetts--Haydenville--Biography; Farmers--Massachusetts--Haydenville--Biography; Bohemianism--United States--History--20th century.

(R. Piper & Co. - founded May 1904 by Reinhard Piper), Klaus Piper (1979). 75 Jahre Piper: Bibliogr. u. Verlagsgeschichte 1904-1979. (Zürich, SW: Piper, 607 p.). Son of Founder. R. Piper & Co.--History; R. Piper & Co.--Bibliography; Publishers and publishing--Germany--Munich--History--20th century; Munich (Germany)--Imprints. Publishing house of the German artist avant-garde.

(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette), Frank Brady (2000). The Publisher: Paul Block, A Life of Friendship, Power, and Politics. (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 552 p.). Block, Paul, 1875-1941; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--20th century; Press and politics--United States--History--20th century.

(Playboy Enterprises), Joe Goldberg (1967). Big Bunny; The Inside Story of Playboy. (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 255 p.). Playboy (Chicago, Il.).

(Playboy Enterprises), Russell Miller (1986). Bunny: The Real Story of Playboy. (New York, NY: New American Library, 371 p. [orig. pub. 1984]). Hefner, Hugh M. (Hugh Marston), 1926- ; Playboy Enterprises; Playboy (Chicago, Il.).

(Playboy Enterprises), Susan Gunelius (2009). Building Brand Value the Playboy Way. (New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 188 p.). President & CEO of KeySplash Creative, Inc. Playboy Enterprises; Branding (Marketing) --United States. Brand building, brand value, brand longevity, ultimate brand champion; Hugh Hefner put together first issue of Playboy magazine on his kitchen table (had $8000, dream to create men's lifestyle magazine); brand associated with sex survived, thrived despite attacks from every direction, in increasingly competitive market and jaded consumers; became one of most well known brands in world, Hefner remains face of brand.

(Poetry Bookshop), Joy Grant (1967). Harold Monro and the Poetry Bookshop. (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 286 p.). Monro, Harold, 1879-1932; Poetry Bookshop; Literature publishing--England--London--History--20th century; Poets, English--20th century--Biography; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; London (England)--Imprints--History--20th century.

(Posrednik), Robert Otto (1983). Publishing for the People: The Firm Posrednik, 1885-1905. (New York, NY: Garland Pub., 251 p.). "Posrednik" (Firm)--History; Publishers and publishing--Russia--History; Literature publishing--Russia--History; Popular culture--Russia; Working class--Books and reading--Russia; Peasantry--Books and reading--Russia.

(Harry Potter), Melissa Anelli (2008). Harry, a History: The True Story of a Boy Wizard, His Fans, and Life Inside the Harry Potter Phenomenon. (New York, NY: Pocket Books, 356 p.). Webmaster of the Leaky Cauldron (Harry Potter fansite and blog), former journalist for the Staten Island Advance. Rowling, J. K. --Appreciation; Rowling, J. K. --History and criticism --Computer network resources; Anelli, Melissa; Leaky cauldron; Potter, Harry (Fictitious character) --Computer network resources. July 21, 2007 - "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," seventh and final installment in J.K. Rowling series sold record 8.3 million copies in first 24 hours in United States (according to Scholastic Inc., book’s publisher; record-breaking 11.5 million copies in U.S. in first 10 days on sale); exceeded 6.9 million copies that "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," sixth in series, sold in first 24 hours on sale in 2005; 2007 - more than 350 million copies of seven books in Harry Potter series sold worldwide; how boy wizard became rock star; Harry Potter books are triumph of the imagination, broke sales records for all time; restored world's sense of wonder; took on magical life of their own; personal journey through every aspect of Harry Potter phenomenon.

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(Princeton University Press), Staff of Princeton University Press (2005). A Century in Books: Princeton University Press 1905-2005. (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 176 p.). Publishers and publishing--United States. 

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(Pulitzer), Daniel W. Pfaff (2005). No Ordinary Joe: A Life of Joseph Pulitzer III. (Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 359 p.). Professor Emeritus of Journalism (Pennsylvania State University). Pulitzer, Joseph, 1913- ; Newspaper editors--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography. Life, career of Joseph Pulitzer III.

(Pulitzer), James McGrath Morris (2010). Pulitzer: A Life in Politics, Print, and Power. (New York, NY: Harper, 576 p.). Editor of Biographer's Craft. Pulitzer, Joseph, 1847-1911; Journalists --United States --Biography. Transformed American journalism into medium of mass consumption, immense influence, first media baron to recognize vast social changes of industrial revolution; harnessed entertainment, technology, business, demographics, made newspaper essential feature of urban life; advanced progressive political agenda, power to fight those who opposed him; battles for freedom of press changed landscape of American newspapers, politics; Jewish Hungarian immigrant's rise through American politics, journalism; accumulated immense power and wealth, fell blind, became a lonely, tormented recluse wandering globe.

(Putnam), Ezra Greenspan (2000). George Palmer Putnam: Representative American Publisher. (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 510 p.). Putnam, George Palmer, 1814-1872; G.P. Putnam & Sons--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--History--19th century.

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(Putnam), Ed. Ezra Greenspan (2002). The House of Putnam, 1837-1872: A Documentary Volume. (Detroit, MI: Gale Group, 420 p.). Putnam, George Palmer, 1814-1872.; Putnam, George Palmer, 1814-1872 --Bibliography; G.P. Putnam & Sons--History; G.P. Putnam & Sons--Bibliography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--History--19th century; Authors and publishers--United States--History--19th century.

(Random House - begun with purchase of Modern Library from Horace Liveright in 1925), Bennett Cerf (1977). At Random: The Reminiscences of Bennett Cerf. (New York, NY: Random House, 306 p.). Cerf, Bennett, 1898-1971; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography.

(Rocky Mountain News), Robert L. Perkin; With a foreword by Gene Fowler (1959). The First Hundred Years; An Informal History of Denver and the Rocky Mountain News. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 624 p.). Rocky Mountain news, Denver; Denver (Colo.)--History.

(Readers Digest), James Playsted Wood (1975). Of Lasting Interest: The Story of the Reader's Digest. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 264 p. [orig. pub. 1958]). The Reader's digest.

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(Readers Digest), John Heidenry (1993). Theirs Was the Kingdom: Lila and Dewitt Wallace and the Story of the Reader's Digest. (New York, NY: Norton, 701 p.). Wallace, DeWitt, 1889-1981; Wallace, Lila Acheson, 1887-1984; Reader's digest; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography.

(Readers Digest), Peter Canning (1996). American Dreamers: The Wallaces and Reader's Digest: An Insider's Story. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 379 p.). Wallace, DeWitt, 1889-1981; Wallace, Lila Acheson, 1887-1984; Reader's digest; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography.

(A. H. Reed Ltd.), Edmund Bohan (2005). The House of Reed, 1907-1983: Great Days in New Zealand Publishing. (Christchurch, NZ, Canterbury University Press, 311 p.). Reed (A. H.) ltd. --History; Publishers and publishing --New Zealand --History.

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(A. H. and A. W. Reed), Ian Dougherty (2005). Books and Boots: The Story of New Zealand Publisher, Writer and Long Distance Walker Alfred Hamish Reed. (Dunedin, NZ: University of Otago Press, 252 p.). Reed, Alfred Hamish, 1875-1975; Travelers--New Zealand--Biography; Publishers and publishing--New Zealand--Biography; New Zealand--Biography.

(A. H. Reed Ltd.), Gavin McLean (2007). Whare Raupo: The Reed Books Story. (Auckland, NZ Reed Books, 294 p). History Group of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Reed Publishing (NZ) Ltd. --History; Publishers and publishing --New Zealand --History.

(Regensteiner Corporation), Theodore Regensteiner; Preface by the Hon. A. E. Giegengack (1943). My First Seventy-Five Years. (Chicago, IL: The Regensteiner Corporation, 285 p.). Regensteiner Theodore; printing; color offset press. Pioneered in the introduction of color offset presses.

(Regnery), Henry Regnery (1979). Memoirs of a Dissident Publisher. (New York: NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 260 p.). Regnery, Henry, 1912- ; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Conservatism--United States.

(Regnery), Henry Regnery; edited with an introduction by Jeffrey O. Nelson (1999). Perfect Sowing: Reflections of a Bookman. (Wilmington, DE: ISI Books, 394 p.). Regnery, Henry, 1912- ; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Conservatism--United States; United States--Intellectual life--20th century.

(Reporter-Star and Sentinel), Ormund Powers (1996). Martin Andersen: Editor, Publisher, Galley Boy. (Chicago, IL: Contemporary Books, 432 p.). Andersen, Martin, 1897-1986; Newspaper editors--Florida--Biography; Publishers and publishing--Florida--Biography; Newspaper publishing--Florida--History--20th century.

(Reuters - established 1851), Storey, Graham Storey; Foreword by Lord Layton (1951). Reuters' Century, 1851-1951. (London, UK: Parrish, 276 p.). Reuters ltd.

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(Reuters), Donald Read (1999). The Power of News: The History of Reuters. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 540 p. [2nd ed.]). Reuters Ltd. Julius Reuter.

(Reuters), Brian Mooney and Barry Simpson (2003). Breaking News: How the Wheels Came Off at Reuters. (Chichester, UK: Capstone, 224 p.). Former Reporters (Reuters). Reuters. History.  

(Grant Richards), Grant Richards; with an introduction by Max Beerbohm (1933). Memories of a Misspent Youth, 1872-1896. (New York, NY: Harper & Brothers, 353 p.). Richards, Grant, 1872-1948; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography.

(Grant Richards), Grant Richards (1934). Author Hunting, by an Old Literary Sportsman; Memories of Years Spent Mainly in Publishing, 1897-1925. (London, UK: H. Hamilton, 295 p.). Richards, Grant, 1872-1948; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; Authors and publishers--Great Britain--History--20th century; Authors, English--20th century--Biography.

(Rizzoli), Alberto Mazzuca (1991). La Erre Verde: Ascesa e Declino dell’Impero Rizzoli. (Milano, IT: Longanesi, 542 p.). Rizzoli editore--History; Publishers and publishing--Italy--History--20th century.

(Rizzoli), Giuseppe Leuzzi (1997). Mediobanca Editore: Potere di Fine Millennio: Giornalismo e Affari Nella Crisi Gemina-Rizzoli Corriere della Sera. (Roma, IT: SEAM, 256 p.). Rizzoli Corriere della sera--Finance--History; Gemina (Firm : Milan, Italy)--Finance--History; Mediobanca--History; Periodicals--Publishing--Italy--Finance--History--20th century; Banks and banking--Italy--History--20th century.

(Roberts Brothers), Raymond Lincoln Kilgour (1952). Messrs. Roberts Brothers Publishers. (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 307 p.). Niles, Thomas, 1825-1894; Roberts Brothers (Boston, Mass.).

(Rocky Mountain News), Robert L. Perkin; With a foreword by Gene Fowler (1959). The First Hundred Years; An Informal History of Denver and the Rocky Mountain News. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 624 p.). Rocky Mountain news, Denver; Denver (Colo.)--History.

(Rolling Stone), Robert Draper (1990). Rolling Stone Magazine: The Uncensored History. (New York, NY: Doubleday, 389 p.). Wenner, Jann, Rolling stone (San Francisco, Calif.); Rock music--Periodicals--History; Journalists--United States--Biography; Popular culture--United States--History--20th century.

(Root & Cady), Dena J. Epstein (1969). Music Publishing in Chicago Before 1871: The Firm of Root & Cady, 1858-1871. (Detroit, MI: Information Coordinators, 243 p.). Root & Cady; Music--United States--Bibliography; Publishers and publishing--Illinois--Chicago; Music printing--Illinois--Chicago--Plate numbers.

(Routledge), Frank A. Mumby (1934). The House of Routledge, 1834-1934, with a History of Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner and Other Associated Firms. (London, UK: G. Routledge & Sons, Ltd., 232 p.). George Routledge and Sons; Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.

(Roycroft Shop), Charles F. Hamilton (1973). As Bees in Honey Drown; Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters. ( South Brunswick: A. S. Barnes, 253 p.). Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915; Hubbard, Alice, 1861-1915; Roycroft Shop; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Authors, American--19th century--Biography; Social reformers--United States--Biography; Arts and crafts movement--New York (State)--East Aurora; East Aurora (N.Y.)--Imprints.

(Roycroft Shop), Paul McKenna (1986). A History and Bibliography of the Roycroft Printing Shop. (North Tonawanda, NY: Tona Graphics, 170 p.). Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915 --Bibliography--Catalogs; Roycroft Shop--History; Roycroft Shop--Bibliography--Catalogs; Printing--New York (State)--East Aurora--History; Publishers and publishing--New York (State)--East Aurora--History; Book design--History; Arts and crafts movement--New York (State)--East Aurora; East Aurora (N.Y.)--Imprints--Catalogs.

(St. Petersburg Times), Robert N. Pierce (1993). A Sacred Trust: Nelson Poynter and the St. Petersburg Times. (Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 409 p.). Journalism Professor (University of Florida). Poynter, Nelson, 1903-1978; St. Petersburg Times; Newspaper publishing -- United States -- History -- 20th century. 

(J. Sainsbury plc), The Company (1994). SuperMarketing, The News Weekly for the Food and Drink Business, Celebrates 125 Years of Quality & Good Value at Sainsbury's. (Sutton, UK: Reed Business Publishing, 114 p.). J. Sainsbury plc.; Shops History Great Britain.

(Salerno Editrice), The Company (1997). Salerno Eitrice: Un’ Officina di Cultura : 25 anni, 1972-1997. (Roma, Italy: Salerno editrice, 322 p.). Salerno editrice--History; Salerno editrice--Catalogs; Publishers and publishing--Italy--Rome--History--20th century; Rome (Italy)--Imprints--Catalogs.

(Salisbury Journal -1736), C. Y. Ferdinand (1997). Benjamin Collins and the Provincial Newspaper Trade in the Eighteenth Century. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 258 p.). Collins, B. (Benjamin), 1717-1785; Salisbury journal (1736)--History; Newspaper publishing--England--Wessex--History--18th century; Journalism--England--Wessex--History--18th century.

(The Salisbury Post), Mark Wineka (1999). A Family Affair: The Life, Times, and Sale of a Family-Owned Newspaper. (Winston-Salem, NC: Down Home Press, 325 p.). Senior Reporter (The Salisbury Post). Hurley family; Salisbury post (Salisbury, N.C.: Daily). 

(San Francisco Chronicle), Anonymous (2007). The San Francisco Chronicle and Its History. The Story of Its Foundation, the Struggles of Its Early Life, Its Well-Earned Successes. The New Chronicle Building, the Edifice and Machinery Described, Comments of the Press. (Whitefish, MT: Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 60 p. [orig. pub. 1879]). The San Francisco Chronicle.

(San Francisco Chronicle), Simon Read (2009). War of Words: A True Tale of Newsprint and Murder. (New York, NY: Union Square Press, 320 p.). De Young, Charles, 1845-1880; Kalloch, I. S. (Isaac Smith), 1831-1887; San Francisco chronicle; Newspaper editors --California --San Francisco --Biography; Mayors --California --San Francisco --Biography; San Francisco (Calif.) --History --19th century. Early, violent history of San Francisco Chronicle, scandalous events that lead to assassination of founding publisher, Charles de Young (feud between de Young, and Isaac Kalloch, golden-tongued preacher with tainted past).

(Saturday Globe), Ralph Frasca (1992). The Rise and Fall of the Saturday Globe. (Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses, 201 p.). Associate Professor of Mass Communication (Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia). Saturday Globe (Utica, N.Y.); American newspapers--New York (State)--Utica--History; American newspapers--History; Journalism--United States--History--19th century; Journalism--United States--History--20th century; United States--History--Sources.

(W. B. Saunders Company), John L. Dusseau (1988). An Informal History of W.B. Saunders Company on the Occasion of Its Hundredth Anniversary. (Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders, 269 p.). W.B. Saunders Company--History; Medical publishing--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--History; Publishers and publishing--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--History; Philadelphia (Pa.)--Imprints--History.

(Schocken), Anthony David (2003). The Patron: A Life of Salman Schocken, 1887-1958. (New York, NY: Metropolitan Books, 464.). Schocken, Salman; retail trade--Department Stores; publishing. 

(Scotsman), Albert Morris (1992). Scotland's Paper: The Scotsman 1817-1992. (Edinburgh, Scotland: The Scotsman Publications, 64 p.). Scotsman; Newspaper publishing -- Scotland -- Edinburgh -- History; English newspapers History Scotland.

(Scribner), Charles Scribner, Jr.; based on the oral history by Joel R. Gardner (1990). In the Company of Writers: A Life in Publishing. (New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 193 p.). Scribner, Charles, 1921- ; Charles Scribner's Sons--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Authors and publishers--United States--History--20th century.

Charles Scribner (http://libweb.princeton.edu/libraries/ firestone/rbsc/aids/scribner/cs1.jpg)

John Blair - Charles Scribner's oldest son (http://www.sc.edu/fitzgerald/jpegs/scribner/john_blair_scribner.jpg)

Charles Scribner II - Charles Scribner's son (http://www.sc.edu/fitzgerald/jpegs/scribner/charles_scribner_ii.jpg)

(Scribner), Charles Scribner, Jr.; introduction by Charles Scribner III (1993). In the Web of Ideas: The Education of a Publisher. (New York, NY: Scribner, 205 p.). Scribner, Charles, 1921- ; Charles Scribner's Sons--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Authors and publishers--United States--History--20th century.

(Scribner), Roger Burlingame (1997). Of Making Many Books: A Hundred Years of Reading, Writing, and Publishing. (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 347 p.). Charles Scribner's Sons--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--History--19th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--History--20th century; Series: Penn State reprints in book history. Series: Penn State reprints in book history.

(Scribner), Leonard J. Leff (1997). Hemingway and His Conspirators: Hollywood, Scribners, and the Making of American Celebrity Culture. (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 255 p.). Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961 --Appreciation--United States; Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961 --Film and video adaptations; Charles Scribner's Sons--History; Authorship--Economic aspects--United States--History--20th century; Authors and publishers--United States--History--20th century; Literature publishing--United States--History--20th century; Authors and readers--United States--History--20th century; Authorship--Marketing.

(Scripps), Gilson Gardner (1971). Lusty Scripps; The Life of E. W. Scripps (1854-1926). (St. Clair Shores, MI: Scholarly Press, 274 p. [orig. pub. 1932]). Scripps, E. W. (Edward Willis), 1854-1926; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--19th century; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Journalists--United States--Biography.

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(Scripps), Edited by Charles R. McCabe (1971). Damned Old Crank; A Self-Portrait of E. W. Scripps Drawn from His Unpublished Writings. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 259 p. [orig. pub. 1951]). Journalists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography.

(Scripps), Negley Dakin Cochran (1972). E. W. Scripps. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 315 p. [orig. pub. 1933]). Scripps, E. W. (Edward Willis), 1854-1926; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--19th century; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Journalists--United States--Biography.

(Scripps), Vance H. Trimble (1992). The Astonishing Mr. Scripps: The Turbulent Life of America's Penny Press Lord. (Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press, 547 p.). Scripps, E. W. (Edward Willis), 1854-1926; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--19th century; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Journalists--United States--Biography.

(Scripps), Jack Casserly (1993). Scripps, The Divided Dynasty. (New York, NY: Donald I. Fine, 236 p.). Scripps, E. W. (Edward Willis), 1854-1926; Scripps family; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Newspaper publishing--United States--History.

(Scripps), Gerald J. Baldasty (1999). E.W. Scripps and The Business of Newspapers. (Urbana, Il: University of Illinois Press, 217 p.). Scripps, E. W. (Edward Willis), 1854-1926; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--19th century; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--20th century; Journalists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography.

(Scripps), Duane C.S. Stoltzfus (2007). Freedom from Advertising: E.W. Scripps’s Chicago Experiment. (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 208). Associate Professor of Communication (Goshen College). Scripps, E. W. (Edward Willis), 1854-1926; Day book (Chicago, Ill.); Advertising, Newspaper; Journalism--Objectivity. 1911 - Scripps set out to prove that ad-free newspaper (Day Book) could be profitable entirely on circulation.

(Seattle Post Intelligencer), Laurance B. Rand. (1989). High Stakes: The Life and Times of Leigh S.J. Hunt. (New York, NY: P. Lang, 338 p.). Hunt, Leigh S. J., 1855-1933; Businesspeople--United States--Biography.

(Martin Secker & Warburg), George Malcolm Thomson (1986). Martin Secker & Warburg: The First Fifty Years: A Memoir by George Malcolm Thomson. (London, UK: Secker & Warburg, 86 p.). Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century; Great Britain Publishing 1936-1986.

(Secker and Warburg Ltd.), Fredric Warburg (1974). All Authors Are Equal: The Publishing Life of Fredric Warburg, 1936-1971. (New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 310 p.). Chairman of Secker and Warburg Ltd. from 1936 to 1971. Warburg, Fredric, 1898- ; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography.

(Sheed and Ward), Wilfrid Sheed (1985). Frank and Maisie: A Memoir with Parents. (New York, NY: Simon and Schuster, 296 p.). Sheed, Wilfrid; Sheed, Wilfrid--Family; Ward, Maisie, 1889- ; Sheed, F. J. (Francis Joseph), 1897-1981; Sheed and Ward (Firm); Authors, English--20th century--Family relationships; Publishers and publishing--England--Biography; Catholics--England--Biography; Parents--England--Biography.

(Simon and Schuster), Peter Schwed (1984). Turning the Pages: An Insider's Story of Simon & Schuster, 1924-1984. (New York, NY: Macmillan, 300 p.). Simon and Schuster, inc.--History; Publishers and publishing--New York (State)--New York--History.

(Simon and Schuster), Michael Korda (1999). Another Life: A Memoir of Other People. (New York, NY: Random House, 530 p.). Korda, Michael, 1933- ; Simon and Schuster, inc.--History; Authors, American--20th century--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography.

(Smith, Elder and Co.), Jenifer Glynn (1986). Prince of Publishers: A Biography of George Smith. (New York, NY: Allison & Busby, 232 p.). Smith, George, 1824-1901; Smith, Elder, and Co.--History; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography.

(W. H. Smith & Son), Charles Wilson (1986). First with the News: The History of W.H. Smith, 1792-1972. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 510 p.). W.H. Smith & Son--History; Newspaper agents--Great Britain--History; Book industries and trade--Great Britain--History; Booksellers and bookselling--Great Britain--History; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--History.

(Snoqualmie Valley Record), Charlotte Paul (1955). Minding Our Own Business. (New York, NY: Random House, 309 p.). Snoqualmie Valley record.

(Socpresse), Dominique Pons (1977). Dossier H comme Hersant. (Paris, FR: A. Moreau, 285 p.). Hersant, Robert, 1920- ; Publishers and publishing--France--Biography; Press--France.

(Socpresse), Nicolas Brimo, avec la collaboration d’Anne Guerin (1977). Le Dossier Hersant. (Paris, FR: F. Maspero, 127 p.). Hersant, Robert, 1920- ; Publishers and publishing--France--Biography; Newspaper publishing--France--History--20th century; French newspapers--History--20th century.

(Socpresse), Elizabeth Coquart, Philippe Huet (1997). Le Monde Selon Hersant. (Paris, FR: Ramsay, 499 p.). Hersant, Robert, 1920- ; Periodicals--Publishing--France--History--20th century.

(Socpresse), Patrick & Philippe Chastenet (1998). Citizen Hersant: de Petain a` Mitterrand, Histoire d’un Empereur de la Presse. (Paris, FR: Seuil, 470 p.). Hersant, Robert, 1920- ; Publishers and publishing--France--Biography; Periodicals--Publishing--France--History--20th century.

(Socpresse), Michel Faucheux (1999). La Liberte du Morbihan Sous Hersant. (Pont-Scorff , FR: Arthemus, 182 p.). Hersant, Robert, 1920- ; Liberte´ du Morbihan.

(South China Morning Post), Robin Hutcheon (1983). SCMP, The First Eighty Years. (Quarry Bay, Hong Kong: South China Morning Post, Publications Division, 167 p.). South China Morning Post.

(Southern Living), John Logue, Gary Mccalla (2000). Life at Southern Living: A Sort of Memoir. (Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 323 p.). Founders of Southern Magazine. Logue, John; Mccalla, Gary; Southern Living; Publishers and publishing.

(Southern Newspapers Limited), Gordon Sewell (1964). Echoes of a Century, 1864-1964; The Centenary History of Southern Newspapers Limited, Compiled from the Company's Records. (Southampton, UK: Southern Newspapers Limited, 159 p.). Southern Newspapers Limited.

(Spectator), William Beach Thomas (1928). The Story of the Spectator, 1828-1928. (London, UK: Methuen, 250 p.). Spectator (London, England : 1828); Journalism --Great Britain --History. "Begun some years ago at the instance of Mr. St. Loe Strachey by Miss K. S. Leaf (now Mrs. Douglas West); and the greater share, especially in the work of research is hers.

(Spiral Press), Joseph Blumenthal (1982). Typographic Years: A Printer's Journey Through a Half-Century, 1925-1975. (New York, NY: F.C. Beil, 153 p.). Blumenthal, Joseph, 1897- ; Spiral Press--History; Printers--United States--Biography; Printing--New York (State)--New York--History--20th century; Book design--New York (State)--New York--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--New York (N.Y.)--History--20th century.

(Sporting Life), James Lambie (2010). The Story of Your Life: A History of The Sporting Life Newspaper (1859-1998). (Leicester, UK: Matador, 608 p.). Former Chief Northern Correspondent (1982-98). The Sporting Life; Publishers and publishing --England --History. Coverage of horseracing, eyewitness accounts of first fight for heavyweight championship of world, Captain Webb's heroic Channel swim of 1875; history of cricket, football, rugby; coursing and greyhound racing, reports on ratting contests, songbird singing competitions; Tommy Wisdom's motoring reports, Henry Longhurst's golfing column; campaigns for racing reforms, coverage of major news stories; travails in law courts.

(Spokesman-Review), Ralph E. Dyar (1952). News for an Empire; The Story of the Spokesman-Review of Spokane, Washington, and of the Field It Serves. (Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 494 p.). The Spokesman-Review.

(Sporting News), Lowell Reidenbaugh (1985). The Sporting News, First Hundred Years, 1886-1986. (St. Louis, MO: Sporting News Pub. Co., 272 p.). Sporting news--History.

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(Springer Publishing), Ursula Springer (2007). The History of Springer Publishing Company. (New York, NY, Springer Pub., 224 p.). Author. Springer, Bernhard, 1907-1970; Springer Publishing Company; Publishers and publishing --New York (State) --New York --Biography; Medical publishing --New York (State) --New York --History. Founding (by great-grandson of founder of Springer-Verlag), growth of small New York science, medical publishing company over last 57 years; nursing as signature subject (first nursing title, Handbook of Cardiology for Nurses, in 1952); 1960s - one of first publishers to commission books extensively on gerontology; 1970 - wife assumed control; 2004 - acquired by Mannheim Holdings, LLC; joys, travails of starting, maintaining small publishing business, delicate art of courting, signing good authors (and books), other tricks of trade.

(Springer-Verlag), Heinz Sarkowski ; translated by Gerald Graham (1996). Springer-Verlag: History of a Scientific Publishing House. (New York, NY: Springer, 2 vols.). Springer-Verlag--History; Publishers and publishing--Germany--History--19th century; Publishers and publishing--Germany--History--20th century.

(Springfield Republican), Richard Hooker (1924). The Story of an Independent Newspaper; One Hundred Years of the Springfield Republican, 1824-1924. (New York, NY: Macmillan, 237 p.). Springfield Republican.

(Sterling Publishers), M. Sivaramkrishna & Sumita Roy (1993). Never Say No to Life: Biography of O.P. Ghai. (New Delhi, India: Sterling Publishers, 266 p.). Ghai, O. P. (Om Prakash); Authors and publishers--India--Biography; Publishers and publishing--India--History--20th century; Booksellers and bookselling--India--History--20th century.

(Stern Magazin), Michael Schornstheimer; mit einem Nachwort von Erhard Stolting (1989). Bombenstimmung und Katzenjammer: Vergangenheitsbewaltigung: Quick und Stern in den 50er Jahren. (Koln, Germany: Pahl-Rugenstein, 390 p.). Quick--History; Stern (Hamburg)--History; eries: Kleine Bibliothek. Politik und Zeitgeschichte ; 530.

(Stern Magazin), Michael Schornstheimer (1995). Die leuchtenden Augen der Frontsoldaten: Nationalsozoialismus und Krieg in den IIlustriertenromanen der Funfziger Jahre. (Berlin, Germany: Metropol, 224 p.). Quick--History; Stern Magazin--History; Illustrated periodicals--Germany (West)--History; National socialism. "Bei dem vorliegenden Band handelt es sich um eine vo¨llig vera¨nderten Fassung des 1989 bei Pahl-Rugenstein vero¨ffentlichten Titels: Bombenstimmung und Katzenjammer".

(Stock), lain de Gourcuff et Marc Prigent (1981). Stock, 1708-1981: Trois Siecles d’Invention / Christian de Bartillat. Suivi de, Une Approche Historique. (Paris, FR: C. de Bartillat, 136 p.). Stock (Firm)--History; Publishers and publishing--France--Paris--History; Book industries and trade--France--Paris--History; Paris (France)--Imprints.

(Stone & Kimball), Sidney Kramer; preface by Frederic G. Melcher (1940). A History of Stone & Kimball and Herbert S. Stone & Co., with a Bibliography of Their Publications, 1893-1905. (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 379 p.). Stone & Kimball; Stone, Herber S & company; American literature -- Bibliography.

(Street & Smith), Quentin James Reynolds (1955). The Fiction Factory, or, From Pulp Row to Quality Street: The Story of 100 Years of Publishing at Street & Smith. (New York, NY: Random House, 233 p.). Street & Smith.

(Suhrkamp Verlag), Friedrich Voit (1975). Der Verleger Peter Suhrkamp und Seine Autoren: Seine Zusammenarbeit mit Hermann Hesse, Rudolf Alexander Schroder, Ernst Penzoldt und Bertolt Brecht. (Kronberg/Ts, Germany: Scriptor Verlag, 409 p.). Suhrkamp, Peter, 1891-1959; Suhrkamp Verlag--History; Authors and publishers--Germany (West)--History--20th century; Literature publishing--Germany (West)--History--20th century; German literature--20th century--History and criticism.

(Suhrkamp Verlag), vorgelegt von Corinne Michaela Muller (1989). Ein Bedeutendes Stuck Verlagsgeschichte: Die Trennung der Verlage Suhrkamp und S. Fischer im Jahre 1950. (Heidelberg, Germany: Ruprecht-Karls-Universitat, 235 p.). Suhrkamp Verlag--History; S. Fischer Verlag--History; Publishers and publishing--Germany--History--20th century. Thesis (doctoral)--Ruprecht-Karls-Universita¨t, Heidelberg, 1989.

(Suhrkamp Verlag), The Company (1990). Geschichte des Suhrkamp Verlages: 1. Juli 1950 bis 30. Juni 1990. (Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Suhrkamp, 254 p.). Suhrkamp Verlag--History; Publishers and publishing--Germany--Frankfurt am Main--History--20th century.

(Sun), Peter Chippindale and Chris Horrie (1992). Stick It Up Your Punter!: The Rise and Fall of the Sun. (London, UK: Mandarin, 379 p.). Sun (London, England)--History--20th century; Newspaper publishing--England--London--History--20th century.

(Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser), Gwenda Robb (2003). George Howe: Australia’s First Publisher. (Melbourne, AU: Arcadia/Australian Scholarly Pub., 127 p.). Howe, George, 1771-1821; Publishers and publishing--Australia--Sydney (N.S.W.)--Biography; Printers--Australia--Sydney (N.S.W.)--Biography; Newspaper publishing--Australia--Sydney (N.S.W.)--History; New South Wales--History, Local.

(Talisman Press), Robert Greenwood (2007). A Valiant Enterprise, A History of the Talisman Press, 1951-1993, Printers, Publishers, and Antiquarian Booksellers. (San Francisco, CA: The Book Club of California, 383 p.). Co-Founder, Talisman Press. Talisman Press, Greenwood, Robert; Baird, Newton. Evolution of book-related adventures of Robert Greenwood, Newton Baird, founders - quarterly poetry magazine (1952), publishing (1958), discovering 'ghost' book, establishing non-profit arm (Talisman Literary Research), becoming book dealers.

(Tall-Taylor Publishing), Gladys Taylor (1987). Alone in the Boardroom. (Calgary, AB: Deadwood Pub., 213 p.). Founder. Taylor, Gladys, 1917- ; Businesswomen -- Alberta -- Biography; Women-owned business enterprises -- Alberta -- Biography; Success in business -- Alberta -- Biography; Publishers and publishing -- Alberta -- Biography; Businesswomen -- Canada -- Biography.

(Tatler), Richmond P. Bond (1971). The Tatler: The Making of a Literary Journal. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 272 p.). Tatler (London, England : 1709). 

(Taylor & Francis), W.H. Brock and A.J. Meadows (1998). The Lamp of Learning: Two Centuries of Publishing at Taylor & Francis. (Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis, 288 p. [2nd ed.]). Taylor & Francis--History; Science--Periodicals--Publishing--Great Britain--History--18th century; Science--Periodicals--Publishing--Great Britain--History--19th century; Science--Periodicals--Publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century; Science--Periodicals--Publishing--United States--History--20th century. 

(Taylor Publishing Company), Andy Wasowski (1989). Never an Easy Spring: A History of Taylor Publishing Company, the First 50 Years, 1939-1989. (Dallas, TX: Taylor Pub. Co., 184 p.). Taylor Publishing Company; Publishers and publishing--Texas--Dallas--History--20th century; School yearbooks--Publishing--History--20th century.

(James Tegg & Co.), Victor Crittenden (2000). James Tegg, Early Sydney Publisher and Printer: The Tegg Brothers, the Australian Arm of the Book Empire of Thomas Tegg of London. (Canberra, AU: Mulini Press, 103 p.). Tegg, James, 1808-1845; James Tegg & Co.--Bibliography; Publishers and publishing--Australia--Sydney (N.S.W.)--History--19th century; Booksellers and bookselling--Australia--Sydney (N.S.W.)--History--19th century; Printing--Australia--Sydney (N.S.W.)--History--19th century; Australia--Intellectual life--19th century.

(Texas A & M University Press), Henry C. Dethloff (1999). A Bookmark: Texas A & M University Press. (College Station, TX: The Press, 161 p.). Texas A & M University Press--History; University presses--United States--History--20th century; University presses--Texas--History--20th century.

(Thames and Hudson), Trevor Craker (1985). Opening Accounts and Closing Memories: Thirty Years with Thames and Hudson. (London, UK: Thames and Hudson, 192 p.). Craker, Trevor; Thames and Hudson--History; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century; Art publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography.

(Thomson), Russell Braddon (1966). Roy Thomson of Fleet Street. (New York, NY: Walker, 396 p.). Thomson of Fleet, Roy Herbert Thomson, Baron, 1894-.

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(Thomson), Roy Herbert Thomson, Baron Thomson of Fleet (1975). After I Was Sixty: A Chapter of Autobiography. (London, UK: Hamilton, 224 p.). Thomson of Fleet, Roy Herbert Thomson, Baron, 1894- ; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; Newspaper publishing--Great Britain.

(Thomson), Susan Goldenberg (1984). The Thomson Empire. (New York, NY: Methuen, 260 p.). Thomson of Fleet, Roy Herbert Thomson, Baron, 1894- ; International Thomson Organisation Ltd.; Newspaper publishing; Conglomerate corporations.

(D. W. Thorpe Pty.), Joyce Thorpe Nicholson, Daniel Wrixon Thorpe (2000). A Life of Books: The Story of D.W. Thorpe Pty. Ltd., 1921-1987. (Middle Park, Vic: Courtyard Press, 326 p.). Thorpe, Daniel Wrixon, 1889-1976; Nicholson, Joyce; D.W. Thorpe Pty.--History; Publishers and publishing--Australia--History; Booksellers and bookselling--Australia--History; Publishers and publishing--Australia--Biography; Booksellers and bookselling--Australia--Biography.

(Ticknor and Fields), Michael Winship (1995). American Literary Publishing in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: The Business of Ticknor and Fields. (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 244 p.). Ticknor and Fields--History--19th century; Literature publishing--United States--History--19th century; Literature publishing--Massachusetts--Boston--History--19th century.

James T. Fields

 

 

 

 

James T. Fields - Ticknor and Fields  (http://www.seacoastnh.com/ poems/res/jamestfields.jpg)

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Henry R. Luce II (Editor in chief of all Time Inc. publications; http://www.newsbios.com/newslum/images/luce.jpg) March 1, 1967 Obituary: http://www.nytimes.com/learning/general/onthisday/ bday/0403.html

Briton Hadden Briton Hadden - co-founder Time Inc. (http://cache1.asset-cache.net/xc/50704429.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d= E41C9FE5C4AA0A14DD1ACF06D3282E62830C8EF5C0D9BC68823D0E9FEBFEB2F8B01E70F2B3269972)

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(Time Inc.), W.A. Swanberg (1972). Luce and His Empire. (New York, NY: Scribner, 529 p.). Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967; Periodicals--Publishing--United States--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Journalism--United States--History--20th century; Journalists--United States--Biography.

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(Time Inc.), Dora Jane Hamblin (1977). That Was The Life: The Upstairs Downstairs Behind-the-Doors Story of America's Favorite Magazine. (New York, NY: Norton, 320 p.). Life (Chicago, IL.).

(Time Inc.), Christopher M. Byron (1986). The Fanciest Dive: What Happened When the Media Empire of Time/Life Leaped Without Looking into the Age of High-Tech. (New York, NY: Norton, 280 p.). Time, inc.; TV-cable week; Television programs--United States--Periodicals--History; Cable television--United States--Periodicals--History; Periodicals--Publishing--United States--History; Mass media--United States--History.

(Time Inc.), Curtis Prendergast with Geoffrey Colvin (1986). The World of Time Inc.; The Intimate History of a Publishing Enterprise, Volume 3: 1960-1980. (New York, NY: Atheneum, 704 p.). Time, inc.--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--History--20th century.

(Time Inc.), Loudon Wainwright (1986). The Great American Magazine: An Insider History of Life. (New York, NY: Knopf, 443 p.). Life (Chicago, Ill.).

(Time Inc.), James L. Baughman (1987). Henry R. Luce and the Rise of the American News Media. (Boston, MA: Twayne Publishers, 264 p.). Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967; Journalists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography.

(Time Inc.), Ralph G. Martin (1991). Henry and Clare: An Intimate Portrait of the Luces. (New York, NY: Putnam, 463 p.). Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967 --Marriage.; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Journalists--United States--Biography; Dramatists, American--20th century--Biography; Ambassadors--United States--Biography; Legislators--United States--Biography.

(Time Inc.), Richard M. Clurman (1992). To the End of Time: The Seduction and Conquest of a Media Empire. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 368 p.). Time Inc., Warner Communications, Merger and Consolidation.

(Time Inc.), Thomas Griffith (1995). Harry and Teddy: The Turbulent Friendship of Press Lord Henry R. Luce and His Favorite Reporter, Theodore H. White. (New York, NY: Random House, 340 p.). Senior Editor (Time Life). Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967 --Friends and associates; White, Theodore Harold, 1915- --Friends and associates; Journalism--United States--History--20th century.

(Time Inc.), Michael MacCambridge (1997). The Franchise: A History of Sports illustrated Magazine. (New York, NY: Hyperion, 434 p.). Sports illustrated--History.

(Time Inc.), Michael Augspurger (2004). An Economy of Abundant Beauty: Fortune Magazine and Depression America. (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 292 p.). Visiting Assistant Professor (University of Central Arkansas). Fortune; Corporate culture--United States--History;Art and society--United States--History--20th century; American periodicals--History--20th century; Professions--United States--History; Businessmen--United States--History. 

(Time Inc.), Isaiah Wilner (2006). The Man Time Forgot: A Tale of Genius, Betrayal, and the Creation of Time Magazine. (New York, NY: HarperCollins, 342 p.). Hadden, Briton, 1898-1929; Time; Periodical editors--United States--Biography. Birth of Time magazine; Briton Hadden, not Henry R. Luce, as genius behind Time magazine.

(Time), Norberto Angeletti, Alberto Oliva; Preface by Richard Stengel (2010). Time: The Illustrated History of the World's Most Influential Magazine. (New York, NY: Rizzoli International Publications, 431 p.). Time magazine -- history; Time Inc. -- history; periodicals -- United States -- history. Written, photographic history of magazine; Time's documentation of seminal moments in history (moon landing, Kennedy assassination, Vietnam, Gulf War, September 11th); reasons behind Time's "Man of the Year," transitions in design, creation of symbolic red frame, important designers and illustrators, covering of both hot and soft news, magazine's changeover to 21st century, creation of Time's international editions.

(Time Inc.), Alan Brinkley (2010). The Publisher: Henry Luce and His American Century. (New York, NY: Knopf, 544 p.). Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967; Journalists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing --United States --Biography; Publishers and publishing --United States --Biography. Most important publisher of twentieth century - saw need for national news magazine, foresaw American century; changed how Americans consumed news, understood world; how Luce reinvented magazine industry in a decade; spectacular achievement with public, private costs; got everything wrong, including so many things that mattered most to him; tried to use his magazines to convert Americans to his ideas; largely frustrated by his editors, who ignored his political directives.

(Times Literary Supplement), Derwent May (2001). Critical Times: The History of the Times Literary Supplement. (London, UK: HarperCollins, 562 p.). English newspapers--History; Criticism--Periodicals.

(Times Mirror), Robert Gottlieb and Irene Wolt (1977). Thinking Big: The Story of the Los Angeles Times, Its Publishers, and Their Influence on Southern California. (New York, NY: Putnam, 603 p.). Los Angeles Times.

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Otis Chandler (http://www.nndb.com/people/552/000042426/otis-chandler.jpg)

(Times Mirror), Jack R. Hart (1981). The Information Empire: The Rise of the Los Angeles Times and the Times Mirror Corporation. (Washington, DC: University Press of America, 410 p.). Times Mirror Company; Los Angeles Times. 

(Times Mirror), Marshall Berges (1984). The Life and Times of Los Angeles: A Newspaper, a Family, and a City. (New York, NY: Atheneum, 304 p.). Los Angeles Times.

(Times Mirror), Andrew Krieg (1988). Spiked: How Chain Management Corrupted America's Oldest Newspaper. (Old Saybrook, CT: Peregrine Press, 245 p. [2nd ed.]). Times Mirror company--History; Hartford courant--History; American newspapers--Ownership; Press monopolies--United States--History; Investigative reporting--United States; American newspapers--Objectivity.

(Times Mirror), Dennis McDougal (2001). Privileged Son: Otis Chandler and the Rise and Fall of the L.A. Times Dynasty. (Cambridge, MA: Perseus Publishing, 526 p.). Former Reporter (Los Angeles Times). Times Mirror company--History; Los Angeles Times.

(Times Mirror), Margaret Leslie Davis (2007). The Culture Broker: Franklin D. Murphy and the Transformation of Los Angeles. (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 490 p.). Murphy, Franklin D., 1916-; University of California, Los Angeles -- Officials and employees -- Biography; Times Mirror Company -- Officials and employees -- Biography; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Biography; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Cultural policy; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Civilization -- 20th century; Arts -- California -- Los Angeles -- History -- 20th century; Museums -- California -- Los Angeles -- History -- 20th century; Cosmopolitanism -- California -- Los Angeles -- History -- 20th century; Charities -- California -- Los Angeles -- History -- 20th century. Influenced academia, media, cultural foundations to reshape  fundamentally provincial city.

(Times Newspapers Ltd.), The Company (1935). A Newspaper History, 1785-1935; Reprinted from the 150th Anniversary Number of the Times, January 1, 1935. (London, UK: The Times Publishing Company, limited, 213 p.). Times (London, England)--History.

(Times Newspapers Ltd.) (1935-1984). The History of the Times. (London, UK, 9 Vols.). Times (London, England)--History. Contents: 1. "The Thunderer" in the making, 1785-1841.--2. The tradition established 1841-1884.--3. The twentieth century test, 1884-1912.--4. The 150th anniversary and beyond, 1912-1948. 2 v.--5. Struggles in war and peace, 1939-1966.

(Times Newspapers Ltd.), Harold Hobson, Phillip Knightley, Leonard Russell (1972). The Pearl of Days: An Intimate Memoir of the Sunday Times, 1822-1972. (London, UK: Hamilton, 506 p.). Sunday Times (London, England).

(Times Newspapers Ltd.), Iverach McDonald (1976). A Man of The Times: Talks and Travels in a Disrupted World. (London, UK: Hamilton, 220 p.). McDonald, Iverach; Journalists--Biography; World politics--20th century; Soviet Union--Foreign relations. Portrait of an establishment institution that found itself increasingly at sea in the modern world.

(Times Newspapers Ltd.), Michael Leapman (1983). Barefaced Cheek: The Apotheosis of Rupert Murdoch. (London, UK: Hodder and Stoughton, 269 p.). Murdoch, Rupert, 1931- ; Times (London, England)--History; Newspaper publishing--Australia; Newspaper publishing.

(Times Newspapers Ltd.), Oliver Woods and James Bishop (1983). The Story of The Times. (London, UK: M. Joseph, 392 p.). Times (London, England).

(Times Newspapers Ltd.), Philip Howard (1985). We Thundered Out: 200 Years of The Times, 1785-1985. (London, UK: Times Books, 175 p.). Times (London, England)--History.

(Times Newspapers Ltd.), Martin Crawford (1987). The Anglo-American Crisis of the Mid-Nineteenth Century: The Times and America, 1850-1862. (Athens, OH: University of Georgia Press, 179 p.). Times (London, England); Public opinion--Great Britain--History--19th century; United States--Foreign public opinion, British--History--19th century; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Foreign public opinion, British; United States--Foreign relations--Great Britain; Great Britain--Foreign relations--United States.

(Times of India), Edwin Hirschmann (2008). Robert Knight: Reforming Editor in Victorian India. (New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 272 p.). Knight, Robert, 1826-1890; Times of India (Firm) --History; Newspaper editors --Great Britain --Biography; Newspaper editors --India --Biography; Newspaper publishing --India --History --19th century; Newspapers --History --19th century; India --History --19th century. Founder of The Times of India in Bombay, The Statesman in Calcutta; history of two major newspapers; first historical biography of the pioneering, reformer editor.

(Times Newspapers Ltd.), Graham Stewart (2005). The History of the Times: The Murdoch Years. (London, UK: HarperCollins, 736 p..). Historian of The Times newspaper. Times (London, England); Murdoch, Rupert, 1931-. Seventh in series - newspaper's history since its takeover by Rupert Murdoch in 1981.

(Times Picayune), Thomas Ewing Dabney (1944). One Hundred Great Years; The Story of the Times-Picayune from Its Founding to 1940. (Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 552 p.). Times-picayune.

(Times Picayune), John Wilds (1976). Afternoon Story: A Century of the New Orleans States-Item. (Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 327 p.). States-item.

(Tinsley Brothers), Commentary by Peter Newbolt (2001). William Tinsley (1831-1902): Speculative Publisher: With a Check-List of Books Published by Tinsley Brothers, 1854-1888. (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 370 p.). Tinsley, William, 1831-1902; Tinsley Brothers--History; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--Biography; Literature publishing--Great Britain--History--19th century.

(Today), David Goodhart and Patrick Wintour (1986). Eddie Shah and the Newspaper Revolution. (Dunton Green, Sevenoaks, Kent, UK: Coronet Books, 303 p.). Shah, Eddie; Newspaper publishing--Great Britain; Journalists--Great Britain. 

(Today), Brian MacArthur (1988). Eddy Shah: Today and the Newspaper Revolution. (Newton Abbot, Devon, UK: David & Charles, 216 p.). Shah, Eddie; Today (London, England); Newspaper publishing--England--London--History--20th century; Journalists--Great Britain.

(Toledo Blade), Frank Brady (2001). The Publisher: Paul Block: A Life of Friendship, Power, and Politics. (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 552 p.). Block, Paul, 1875-1941; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Newspaper publishing--United States--History--20th century; Press and politics--United States--History--20th century.

(Toronto Star), Ross Harkness (1963). J.E. Atkinson of the Star. (Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 390 p.). Atkinson, Joseph E., 1865-1948; Toronto daily star.

(Trader Monthly), Randall Lane (2010). The Zeroes: My Misadventures in the Decade Wall Street Went Insane. (New York, NY: Portfolio, 368 p.). Founder, Trader Monthly, Dealmaker magazine Financial crises --United States --History --21st century; United States --Economic conditions --2001-2009; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.) --History --21st century. Rise, fall of Trader Monthly, glossy magazine exclusively for, about traders, which would treat them like rock stars, entice them to splurge on luxury goods.

(Triangle Publications), Gaeton Fonzi (1970). Annenberg; A Biography of Power. (New York, NY: Weybright & Talley, 246 p.). Annenberg, Walter H., 1908- ; Journalists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography.

Walter Annenberg (http://www.forbes.com/media/ moreon/annenberg_walter.jpg)

(Triangle Publications), John Cooney (1982). The Annenbergs. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 428 p.). Annenberg, Walter H., 1908- ;Annenberg, Moses Louis, 1878- ; Journalists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Ambassadors--United States--Biography; Philanthropists--United States--Biography.

(Triangle Publications), Christopher Ogden (1999). Legacy: A Biography of Moses and Walter Annenberg. (New York, NY: Little, Brown, 615 p.). Time Magazine Correspondent. Annenberg, Walter H., 1908- ; Annenberg, Moses Louis, 1878- ; Journalists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Ambassadors--United States--Biography; Philanthropists--United States--Biography.

(Tribune Co.), Philip Kinsley (1943-). The Chicago Tribune; Its First Hundred Years. (New York, NY: Knopf, 3 Vols.). Medill, Joseph, 1823-1899; Chicago tribune; United States -- History -- 1783-1865; United States -- History -- 1865-. Contents V. 1. 1847-1865 -- v. 2. 1865-1880 -- v. 3. 1880-1900.

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(Tribune Co.), John W. Tebbel (1968). An American Dynasty; The Story of the McCormicks, Medills, and Pattersons. (New York, NY: Greenwood Press, 363 p. [orig. pub. 1947]). McCormick Family, Medill Family, Patterson Family, Chicago Tribune, New York Daily News (1919-), Washington (DC) Times-Hearld.

(Tribune Co.), Joseph Gies (1979). The Colonel of Chicago. (New York, NY: Dutton, 261 p.). McCormick, Robert Rutherford, 1880-1955; The Chicago Tribune.

(Tribune Co.), Lloyd Wendt (1979). Chicago Tribune: The Rise of a Great American Newspaper. (Chicago, IL: Rand McNally, 861 p.). 

(Tribune Co.), James D. Squires (1994). Read All About It!: The Corporate Takeover of America's Newspapers. (New York, NY: Times Books, 244 p.). Chicago tribune; American newspapers--History; Consolidation and merger of corporations--United States.

(Tribune Co.), Richard Norton Smith (1997). The Colonel: The Life and Legend of Robert R. McCormick, 1880-1955. (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 597 p.). McCormick, Robert Rutherford, 1880-1955; Chicago tribune; Newspaper editors--United States--20th century--Biography.

(Tri-City Herald ), Frances Taylor Pugnetti (1975). Tiger by the Tail: Twenty-Five Years with the Stormy Tri-City Herald. (Kennewick, WA: Tri-City Herald, 352 p.). Tri-City Herald.

(Twayne Publishers), Jacob Steinberg (1993). I Never Had a Best-Seller: The Story of a Small Publisher. (New York, NY: Hippocrene Books, 281 p.). Twayne Publishers--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--History--20th century.

(Tyndale House Publishers), Kenneth N. Taylor with Virginia J. Muir (1991). My Life: A Guided Tour: The Autobiography of Kenneth N. Taylor. (Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House, 401 p.). Taylor, Kenneth Nathaniel; Tyndale House Publishers; Bible--Translating; Baptists--United States--Biography; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography. 

(Ullstein GmbH), Lynda J. King (1988). Best-Sellers by Design: Vicki Baum and the House of Ullstein. (Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 252 p.). Baum, Vicki, 1888-1960; Ullstein GmbH; Literature publishing--Germany--Berlin--History--20th century; Authors and publishers--Germany--History--20th century; Popular literature--Germany--History and criticism; Serialized fiction--Germany--History and criticism; Books and reading--Germany--History--20th century; Best sellers--Germany--Bibliography.

(United Newspapers Ltd.), Guy Schofield (1975). The Men That Carry the News: A History of United Newspapers Limited. (London, UK: Cranford Press, 201 p.). United Newspapers Ltd.; English newspapers--History.

(University Microfilms International), Eugene B. Power (1990). Edition of One: the Autobiography of Eugene B. Power, Founder of University Microfilms. (Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, 438 p.). Power, Eugene B., 1905- ; University Microfilms International--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Scholarly publishing--United States--History--20th century; Micropublishing--United States--History--20th century.

(University of California Press), Albert Muto (1993). The University of California Press: The Early Years, 1893-1953. (Berkeley, CA: The Press, 300 p.). University of California Press--History; University presses--California--Berkeley--History; Scholarly publishing--California--Berkeley--History.

(University of California Press), August Frugé (1993). A Skeptic Among Scholars: August Frugé on University Publishing. (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 365 p.). Director Emeritus of the University of California Press. Frugé, August, 1909- ; University of California Press--History; University presses--California--Berkeley--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--California--Berkeley--Biography.

(University of Toronto Press), Marsh Jeanneret (1989). God and Mammon: Universities as Publishers. (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 369 p.). University of Toronto Press--History; University presses--Canada--History; Scholarly publishing--Canada--History; Scholarly publishing; University presses.

(UPI), Frank H. Bartholomew (1983). Bart, Memoirs of Frank H. Bartholomew--President, United Press, 1955-58, United Press International, 1958-62. (Sonoma, CA: Vine Brook Press, 231 p.). Bartholomew, Frank H.; United Press International--Biography; Journalists--United States--Biography.

(UPI), Gregory Gordon and Ronald Cohen (1990). Down to the Wire: UPI's Fight for Survival. (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 429 p.). United Press International--History; News agencies--United States--History; Journalists--United States--Biography.

(UPI), Richard M. Harnett & Billy G. Ferguson (2003). Unipress, United Press International Covering the 20th Century. (Golden, CO: Fulcrum Pub., 368 p.). 36 Years with UPI; 40 Years with UPI. United Press International--History. 

(Vale Press), Maureen Watry (2003). The Vale Press. (London, UK: British Library, 272 p.). Ricketts, Charles; Vale Press.--History; Book design--Great Britain--History--19th century; Book design--Great Britain--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--History--19th century; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century.

--- (2004). The Vale Press: Charles Ricketts, A Publisher in Earnest. (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 266 p.). Ricketts, Charles S., 1866-1931; Vale Press; Book design--Great Britain--History--19th century; Book design--Great Britain--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--History--19th century; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--History--20th century.

(D. Van Nostrand Company), Edward M. Crane (1948). A Century of Book Publishing, 1848-1948. (New York, NY: D. Van Nostrand Co., 73 p.). Van Nostrand, David, 1811-1886.; D. Van Nostrand Company.

(Vancouver Sun), Stuart Keate (1980). Paper Boy: The Memoirs of Stuart Keate. (Toronto, ON: Clarke, Irwin, 238 p.). Keate, Stuart, 1913- ; Publishers and publishing--British Columbia--Vancouver--Biography; Canadian newspapers--History; Paperboys--British Columbia--Vancouver--Biography.

(Viking Press), Al Silverman (2008). The Time of Their Lives: The Golden Age of Great American Book Publishers, Their Editors, and Authors. (New York, NY: Truman Talley Books,, 512 p.). 1972 - CEO of Book of the Month Club, president and editor-in-chief of The Viking Press. Publishers and publishing --United States --History --20th century; Authors and publishers --United States --History --20th century; Publishers and publishing --United States --Biography; Book editors --United States --Biography. 1946 - late 1970s, early 1980s - period in publishing that was good, distinguishing landmark of culture in American life; editors published to their tastes; how most important books in postwar America came into being, still being read today.

(Viz), Chris Donald (2005). The Inside Story of Viz. (London, UK: HarperCollins, 228 p.). Founder (Viz). Publishers and publishing; British humor.

(Walter de Gruyter), Anne-Katrin Ziesak (1999). Walter de Gruyter Publishers, 1749-1999. (New York, NY: Walter de Gruyter, 280 p.). Walter de Gruyter & Co.--History; Publishers and publishing--Germany--History. Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Der Verlag Walter de Gruyter, 1749-1999, at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Haus Unter den Linden, September 30-November 20, 1999.

(Warne Frederick), Arthur King and A. F. Stuart (1965). The House of Warne; One Hundred Years of Publishing. (New York, NY: F. Warne, 107 p.). Warne, Frederick, and company.

(Washington Post), Merlo J. Pusey (1974). Eugene Meyer. (New York, NY: Knopf, 397 p.). Meyer, Eugene, 1875-1959.

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(Washington Post), Chalmers M. Roberts (1977). The Washington Post: The First 100 Years. (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 495 p.). Washington post (1877).

(Washington Post), Howard Bray (1980). The Pillars of the Post: The Making of a News Empire in Washington. (New York, NY: Norton, 308 p.). Washington post (Washington, D.C. : 1974).

(Washington Post), Tom Kelly (1983). The Imperial Post: The Meyers, the Grahams, and the Paper That Rules Washington. (New York, NY: Morrow, 320 p.). Washington post (Washington, D.C.: 1974); Journalists--Washington (D.C.)--Biography.

(Washington Post), Chalmers M. Roberts (1989). In the Shadow of Power: The Story of the Washington Post. (Cabin John, MD: Seven Locks Press, 539 p. [rev & updated, orig. pub. 1977]). Washington post (1877).

(Washington Post), Deborah Davis (1991). Katharine the Great: Katharine Graham and Her Washington Post Empire. (New York, NY: Sheridan Square Press, 320 p. [3rd ed.]). Graham, Katharine, 1917- ; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Washington post (Washington, D.C. : 1974)--History; Newspaper publishing--Washington (D.C.)--History--20th century; Newspaper publishing--Political aspects--United States. Author focuses on heart of Graham’s success: leadership.

(Washington Post), Carol Felsenthal (1993). Power, Privilege, and the Post The Katharine Graham Story. (New York, NY: Putnam, 511 p.). Graham, Katharine, 1917- ; Washington post; Newspaper publishing--Washington (D.C.)--History--20th century; Newspaper publishing--Political aspects--United States; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography.

(Washington Post), Katherine Graham (1997). Personal History. (New York, NY: Knopf, 642 p.). Graham, Katharine, 1917- ; Washington post (Washington, D.C. : 1974)--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Newspaper publishing--Washington (D.C.)--History--20th century.

(Washington Post), Robin Gerber (2005). Katharine Graham: The Leadership Journey of an American Icon. (New York, NY: Portfolio, 272 p.). Senior Fellow in Executive Education at the Robert H. Smith School of Business (University of Maryland). Graham, Katharine, 1917- ; Washington Post (Washington, D.C. : 1974)--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Newspaper publishing--Washington (D.C.)--History--20th century.

(Washington Post), Dave Kindred (2010). Morning Miracle: Inside the Washington Post: A Great Newspaper Fights for Its Life. (New York, NY, Doubleday, 288 p.). Journalist for 45 Years. Washington post (Washington, D.C.: 1974). Overwhelming challenges that face Post, its power to endure (editors overspent, failed to anticipate Internet, comprehend its impact, foresee collapse of national economy); 1992 - failed to launch electronic edition, plunge into world of online classifieds; 2003 - failed to adopt more aggressive national and global Web strategy); what it takes to produce world-class journalism every day.

(Washington Times), Edited by Lee Edwards (2002). Our Times: The Washington Times, 1982-2002. (Washington, DC: Regnery Pub., 212 p.). Washington times (Washington, D.C. : 1982).

(Washington Times), John Gorenfeld (2008). Bad Moon Rising: How Reverend Moon Created the Washington Times, Seduced the Religious Right, and Built an American Kingdom. (Sausalito, CA: PoliPointPress, 329 p.). Former Newspaper Crime Reporter. Moon, Sun Myung; Unification Church; Unification Church--Relations--United States; Washington times (Washington, D.C.: 1982); Christianity and politics--United States; United States--Relations--Unification Church. Reverend Sun Myung Moon's coronation in U.S. Senate offices in 2004; quest to become world leader; founding of The Washington Times, purchase of United Press International;  influence on GOP propaganda machine, financing stories on Fox News.

(Washington Times-Herald), Paul F. Healy (1966). Cissy; The Biography of Eleanor M. "Cissy" Patterson. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 421 p.). Patterson, Eleanor Medill, 1881-1948.

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(Washington Times-Herald), Alice Albright Hoge (1966). Cissy Patterson: The Life of Eleanor Medill Patterson, Publisher and Editor of the Washington Times-Herald. (New York, NY: Random House, 237 p.). Patterson, Eleanor Medill, 1881-1948.

(Washington Times-Herald), Ralph G. Martin (1979). Cissy: The Extraordinary Life of Eleanor Medill Patterson. (New York, NY: Simon and Schuster, 512 p.). Patterson, Eleanor Medill, 1881-1948; United States--Biography.

(Waverly Press), Waverly, Inc. (1989). A Century of Progress, 1890-1990. (Baltimore, MD: Waverly, Inc., 131 p.). Waverly Press--History; Publishers and publishing--Maryland--Baltimore--History; Baltimore (Md.)--Imprints--History.

(Way & Williams), Joe W. Kraus (1984). A History of Way & Williams: With a Bibliography of Their Publications, 1895-1898. (Philadelphia, PA: George S. MacManus Co., 111 p.). Way & Williams; Publishers and publishing--Illinois--Chicago--History; Private press books--Bibliography--Catalogs; Chicago (Ill.)--Imprints.

(Webb Company), Robert Baker (1982). The Webb Company: The First Hundred Years. (St. Paul, MN: Webb Co., 101 p.). Webb Company--History; Farmer (Saint Paul, Minn.); Publishers and publishing--Minnesota--Saint Paul--History; Agriculture publishing--Minnesota--Saint Paul--History.

(Weidenfeld & Nicolson), George Weidenfeld (1994). Remembering My Good Friends: An Autobiography. (London, UK: HarperCollins, 483 p.). Weidenfeld, George Weidenfeld, Baron; Weidenfeld, George Weidenfeld, Baron -- Friends and associates; Publishers and publishing -- Great Britain -- Biography.

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(Westernlore Press), Ronald Dean Miller (1984). Paul Bailey and the Westernlore Press: The First 40 Years--with Annotated Bibliography. (Morongo Valley, CA: Sagebrush Press, 102 p.). Bailey, Paul Dayton, 1906- ; Westernlore Press; Publishers and publishing--California--History; California--Imprints--Catalogs; West (U.S.)--History--Bibliography--Catalogs.

(Wiley), John Hammond Moore (1982). Wiley, One Hundred and Seventy Five Years of Publishing. (New York, NY: Wiley, 279 p.). John Wiley & Sons--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--History.

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(Wiley), Robert E. Wright, Timothy C. Jacobson, George David Smith (2007). Knowledge for Generations: Wiley and the Global Publishing Industry, 1807-2007. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 400 p.). Clinical Associate Professor of Economics at Stern School of Business (New York University); clinical professor of Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation at Stern School of Business (New York University); founded Chicago Times magazine. John Wiley & Sons--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--History. History of one of America's oldest publishing houses; how company has reacted to trends within publishing industry, to larger economic, social, cultural forces; how family ownership has influenced company's strategies, values, corporate culture.

(H. W. Wilson Company), John Lawler (1950). The H.W. Wilson Company: Half a Century of Bibliographic Publishing. (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 207 p.). Wilson, Halsey William, 1868-1954; H.W. Wilson Company--History; Publishers and publishing--New York (State)--Bronx (New York)--History; Indexes--Publishing--New York (State)--Bronx (New York)--History.

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(Wired), Gary Wolf (2003). Wired: A Romance. (New York, NY: Random House, 282 p.). Former Executive Editor of HotWired. Rossetto, Louis; Wired (San Francisco, Calif.); Publishers and publishing--United States--Biography; Businesspeople--United States--Biography; Mass media--United States; Internet industry--United States; Online information services industry--United States. 

(Wolters Kluwer), Johan de Vries; translated by Maarten Ultee (1995). Four Windows of Opportunity: A Study in Publishing. (Amsterdam, Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer, 266 p.). Wolters Kluwer (Firm); Publishers and publishing -- Netherlands -- History.

(Women's Wear Daily), Katie Kelly (1972). The Wonderful World of Women's Wear Daily. (New York, NY: Saturday Review Press, 247 p.). Women's wear daily.

(Women's Wear Daily), Isadore Barmash ... [et al.] (2005). Fashion, Retailing and a Bygone Era: Inside Women's Wear Daily / A Look Back by Seven Former Editors. (Washington, DC: Beard Books, 157 p.). Women's wear daily--History; Fashion merchandising--United States--History--20th century; Clothing trade--United States--History--20th century. 

(World Journal Tribune), Joseph Sage (1967). Three to Zero: The Story of the Birth and Death of the World Journal Tribune / prepared for the American Newspaper Publishers Association. (New York, NY, 82 p.). World Journal Tribune.

(Yomiuri Shimbun), Edward Uhlan, Dana L. Thomas; Foreword by Bob Considine (1957). Shoriki: Miracle Man of Japan; A Biography. (New York, NY: Exposition Press, 202 p.). Shoriki, Matsutaro, 1885-1969; Yomiuri Shimbun; Newspaper publishers--Japan--Biography.

(Zondervan), James E. Ruark, Ted W. Engstrom (1981). The House of Zondervan. (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Pub. House, 162 p.). Editor with Zondervan. Zondervan Corporation--History.

(Zondervan), James E. Ruark (2006). The House of Zondervan: Celebrating 75 Years. (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 224 p. [rev. ed.]). Editor with Zondervan. Zondervan Corporation--History; Publishers and publishing--Michigan--History; Christian literature--Publishing--Michigan. Growth and development of premier Christian communications company. 

Hugh Amory (2004). Bibliography and the Book Trades: Studies in the Print Culture of Early New England. (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 174 p.). Book industries and trade--New England--History--17th century; Book industries and trade--New England--History--18th century; Printing industry--New England--History--17th century; Printing industry--New England--History--18th century.

Norberto Angeletti and Alberto Oliva (2004). Magazines that Make History: Their Origins, Development, and Influence. (Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 404 p.). Executive Editor at Clarin Newspaper; Editor-in-Chief of Ser Padres. Periodicals--History--20th century. 

Lewis A. Coser, Charles Kadushin, Walter W. Powell (1982). Books: The Culture and Commerce of Publishing. (New York, NY: Basic Books, 411 p.). Publishers and publishing--United States; Book industries and trade--United States.

Eric de Bellaigue (2004). British Book Publishing as a Business Since the 1960s. (London, UK: British Library Publishing, 224 p.). Publishers and publishing--Great Britain; Book industries and trade--Great Britain; English imprints--Publishing. Effect of business on what is read by the public. 

Eric de Bellaigue; foreword by Clive Bradley (1984). The Business of Books: The de Bellaigue Report. (London, UK: Hutchinson, 157 p.). Publishers and publishing; Book industries and trade; Publishers and publishing--Great Britain; Book industries and trade--Great Britain; English imprints--Publishing.

Ann M. Blair (2010). Too Much To Know: Managing Scholarly Information before the Modern Age. (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 416 p.). Henry Charles Lea Professor of History (Harvard University). Reference books, Latin --Europe --History --16th century; Reference books, Latin --Europe --History --17th century; Reference books --History; communication in learning and scholarship --Europe --History --16th century; communication in learning and scholarship --Europe --History --17th century; Note-taking --History; Bibliography --Europe --History --16th century; Bibliography --Europe --History --17th century; Europe --Intellectual life --16th century; Europe --Intellectual life --17th century. Methods of information management in ancient and medieval Europe, Islamic world and China; organization, composition, reception of Latin reference books in print in early modern Europe; techniques that scholars, readers developed in era of new technology, exploding information.

Ed. Stephen Brown (2006). Consuming Books: The Marketing and Consumption of Literature. (New York, NY: Routledge, 218 p.). Books--Marketing; Booksellers and bookselling; Book industries and trade; Literature publishing; Books and reading; Authorship. Lessons for field of marketing from ways in which books are marketed.

Eds. Scott E. Casper, Jeffrey D. Groves, Stephen W. Nissenbaum, and Michael Winship (2007). A History of the Book in America: Volume 3: The Industrial Book, 1840-1880. (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 560 p.). Associate Professor of History (University of Nevada, Reno); Professor of Literature (Harvey Mudd College); Professor of History Emeritus (University of Massachusetts); Howard Regents Professor of English II (University of Texas at Austin). Book industries and trade--United States--History--19th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--History--19th century; Books and reading--United States--History--19th century. Emergence of national book trade in 19th century; ascent of  "industrial book"-- manufactured product arising from new printing, binding, illustration technologies; relied on nationwide networks of financing, transportation, communication.

Ernest Dudley Chase with an introduction by Harry W. Brown (1956). The Romance of Greeting Cards; An Historical Account of the Origin, Evolution, and Development of Christmas Card, Valentine, and Other Forms of Engraved or Printed Greetings from the Earliest Days to the Present Time. (Rustcraft: 252 p. [rev. ed.]). Greeting cards industry United States History. First complete history of greeting card industry.

Helen Damon-Moore (1994). Magazines for the Millions: Gender and Commerce in the Ladies’ Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post, 1880-1910. (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 263 p.). Adjunct Professor of Women’s Studies and Education. Ladies’ Home Journal; Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1839); Women’s periodicals, American --History --19th century; Women’s periodicals, American --History --20th century; Sex role in mass media.

Edited with a foreword by Michael Ermarth; translated by Deborah Lucas Schneider (1991). Kurt Wolff: A Portrait in Essays & Letters. (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 223 p.). Wolff, Kurt, 1887-1963; Wolff, Kurt, 1887-1963 --Correspondence; Authors and publishers--Germany--Frankfurt am Main--History--20th century; Literature publishing--Germany--Frankfurt am Main--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--Germany--Correspondence; Publishers and publishing--Germany--Biography.

Jason Epstein (2000). Book Business: Publishing Past, Present and Future. (New York, NY: Norton, 188 p.). Longtime Editor at Random House; Founder of Anchor Books. 

John Feather (1991). A History of British Publishing. (New York, NY: Routledge, 292 p. [orig. pub. 1988; Reprinted with corrections]). Publishers and publishing--Great Britain--History; Book industries and trade--Great Britain--History.

N. N. Feltes (1986). Modes of Production of Victorian Novels. (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 125 p.). Literature publishing--Great Britain--History--19th century; English fiction--19th century--History and criticism; Authors and publishers--Great Britain--History--19th century; Authors and readers--Great Britain--History--19th century; Serial publication of books; Publishers and publishing--Economic aspects--Great Britain; Authorship--Economic aspects--Great Britain--History--19th century.

Ralph Frasca (2006). Benjamin Franklin’s Printing Network: Disseminating Virtue in Early America. (Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 295 p.). Associate Professor of Mass Communication (Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia). Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790 --Career in printing; Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790 --Friends and associates; Business networks--United States--History--18th century; Printing industry--United States--History--18th century; Printers--United States--Political activity--History--18th century; Printing--Social aspects--United States--History--18th century. Franklin established the largest alliance of printers in the 18th Century; most prominent and geographically extensive early-American printing organization.

Albert N. Greco (2005). The Book Publishing Industry. (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 385 p. [2nd ed.]). Publishers and publishing--United States.

Ed. Albert N. Greco (2009). The State of Scholarly Publishing: Challenges and Opportunities. (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 292 p.). Professor of Marketing at the Graduate School of Business Administration (Fordham University). Scholarly publishing; Scholarly publishing --United States; University presses; Scholarly electronic publishing; Communication in learning and scholarship --Technological innovations. University presses, other scholarly and professional publishers in United States played pivotal role in transmission of scholarly knowledge; unique value proposition; 1990s - changed abruptly; copyrights, transformation of scholarly publishing from print format to digital; open access, scholarly publishing in emerging nations, problems confronting journals, how certain academic disciplines are coping.

Albert N. Greco, Clara E. Rodriguez, and Robert M. Wharton (2006). The Culture and Commerce of Publishing in the 21st Century. (Stanford, CA: Stanford Business Books, 280 p.). Professor of Marketing at Graduate School of Business Education (Fordham University); Professor of Sociology (Fordham University); Professor and Chair of the Management Systems Area at Graduate School of Business Administration (Fordham University). Publishers and publishing--United States. Issues, challenges, problems; cultural and economic structure of book publishing industry in the United States.

Christine Haynes (2010). Lost Illusions: The Politics of Publishing in Nineteenth-Century France. (Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 328 p.). Assistant Professor of History (University of North Carolina at Charlotte). Publishers and publishing --Political aspects --France --History --19th century; Book industries and trade --France --History --19th century. How publishers succeeded in transforming French publishing industry from tightly controlled trade into free enterprise, with dramatic but paradoxical consequences for literature in France.

Simon Jenkins (1986). The Market for Glory: Fleet Street Ownership in the Twentieth Century. (London, UK: Faber, 247 p.). Newspaper publishing -- England -- London -- History -- 20th century.; Newspapers -- Ownership -- History; Fleet Street (London, England); London (City) Fleet Street National publishing Ownership 1935-1985.

Keith Jennison (1995). The Best of Times: Becoming a Book Publisher. (Manchester Center, VT: Marshall Jones). Jennison, Keith; publishers and publishing.

Gerard Jones (2004). Men of Tomorrow: Geeks, Gangsters, and the Birth of the Comic Book. (New York, NY: Basic Books, 384 p.). Comic books, strips, etc.--History and criticism; Cartoonists--United States--Biography. 

Donald Franklin Joyce (1983). Gatekeepers of Black Culture: Black-Owned Book Publishing in the United States, 1817-1981. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 249 p.). Publishers and publishing--United States--History; Book industries and trade--United States--History; African American business enterprises--History.

--- (1991). Black Book Publishers in the United States: A Historical Dictionary of the Presses, 1817-1990. (New York, NY: Greenwood Press, 256 p.). African American business enterprises--History--Dictionaries; American literature--African American authors--Publishing--Dictionaries; Publishers and publishing--United States--Dictionaries; Book industries and trade--United States--Dictionaries.

Foreword to the 1994 edition by Joyce Kachergis; introduction by Chandler Grannis; afterword by William Kaufmann (1994). One Book/Five Ways: The Publishing Procedures of Five University Presses. (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 330 p. [orig. pub. 1978]). University presses--United States--Case studies. History of single manuscript submitted to five different university presses, published by sixth.

Eds. Carl F. Kaestle and Janice A. Radway (2008). Print in Motion: The Expansion of Publishing and Reading in the United States, 1880-1940. (Chapel Hill, NC: Published in association with the American Antiquarian Society by the University of North Carolina Press, 640 p.). University Professor Emeritus in the Departments of Education, History, and Public Policy (Brown University); Professor of Literature (Duke University). Book industries and trade --United States --History --19th century; Book industries and trade --United States --History --20th century; Publishers and publishing --United States --History --19th century; Publishers and publishing --United States --History --20th century; Books and reading --United States --History --19th century; Books and reading --United States --History --20th century. Expansion of print culture between 1880 and 1940 - complex, even contradictory consequences of changes in production, circulation, use of print as it became part of Americans' everyday business, social, political, religious lives.

Basil Kahan; introduction by Carl Schlesinger (2000). Ottmar Mergenthaler: The Man and His Machine: A Biographical Appreciation of the Inventor on His Centennia. (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 244 p.). Mergenthaler, Ottmar, 1854-1899; Printers--United States--Biography; Inventors--United States--Biography; Linotype--History--19th century.

Robert F. Karolevitz (1985). From Quill to Computer: The Story of America’s Community Newspapers: Commemorating the Centennial of the National Newspaper Association. (Freeman, SD: Pine Hill Press, 342 p.). National Newspaper Association--History; Community newspapers--United States--History; Newspaper publishing--Technological innovations--United States--History.

Eds. Graziano Kratli, Ghislaine Lydon (2010). The Trans-Saharan Book Trade: Manuscript Culture, Arabic Literacy, and Intellectual History in Muslim Africa. (Boston, MA: Brill, 422 p.). Librarian (Yale University); Associate Professor, Department of History (UCLA). Manuscripts, Arabic --Africa, Northwest; Manuscripts --Collectors and collecting --Africa, Northwest; Codicology --Africa, Northwest; Book industries and trade --Africa, Northwest --History; Islamic learning and scholarship --Africa, Northwest --History; Sahara --Commerce --History.

Shuyu Kong (2005). Consuming Literature: Best Sellers and the Commercialization of Literary Production in Contemporary China. (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 241 p.). Assistant Professor of Chinese Literature, Department of East Asian Studies (University of Alberta). Publishers and publishing--China; Booksellers and bookselling--China. 

Frederick S. Lane, III (2000). Obscene Profits: The Entrepreneurs of Pornography in the Cyber Age. (New York, NY: Routledge. Lawyer. Pornography--Economic aspects; Pornography--Technological innovations; Sex-oriented businesses; Computer sex--Economic aspects. 

Hellmut Lehmann-Haupt; in collaboration with Lawrence C. Wroth and Rollo G. Silver (1951). The Book in America: A history of the Making and Selling of Books in the United States. (New York, NY: R.R. Bowker Co, 493 p. [2nd ed.]). Printing --United States --History; Booksellers and bookselling --United States --History; Publishers and publishing --United States --History; Libraries --United States --History; Book collectors --United States. 

Roy MacSkimming (2003). The Perilous Trade: Publishing Canada’s Writers. (Toronto, ON: McClelland & Stewart, 464 p.). Publishers and publishing--Canada--History--20th century; Literature publishing--Canada. A

Charles A. Madison (1966). Book Publishing in America. (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 628 p.). Publishers and publishing--United States--History.

Philip Meyer (2004). The Vanishing Newspaper: Saving Journalism in the Information Age. (Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 269 p.). Knight Chair and Professor of Journalism (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Journalism --United States; Journalism --Economic aspects --United States; Newspapers. "Influence" business model for preserving, stabilizing social responsibility functions of the press in a way that could outlast technology-driven changes in media forms; based on the premise that a newspaper's main product is not news or information, but societal, commercial influence.

Bernard C. Middleton; with a foreword by Marianne Tidcombe (2000). Recollections: A Life in Bookbinding. (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 126 p.). Middleton, Bernard C., 1924- ; Bookbinders--Great Britain--Biography; Books--Conservation and restoration--Great Britain--History--20th century. 

Paula E. Morton (2009). Tabloid Valley: Supermarket News and American Culture. (Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 207 p.). Tabloid newspapers --Florida --History --20th century; Sensationalism in journalism --Florida --History --20th century. Cultural impact of sensationalist press over years, what tabloid news says about American culture; what headlines sell and why; how journalists gather news; recent and ongoing downturn in circulation; what tabloids are doing to maintain their foothold.

Frank Luther Mott (1938-68). A History of American Magazines. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 5 vols.). American periodicals--History. Contents: [v. 1.] 1741-1850.--v. 2. 1850-1865.--v. 3. 1865-1885.--v. 4. 1885-1905.--v. 5. Sketches of 21 magazines, 1905-1930, with a cumulative index to the 5 vols.

Eds. Robin Myers, Michael Harris and Giles Mandelbrote (2009). Books for Sale: The Advertising and Promotion of Print Since the Fifteenth Century. (New Castle, DE  Oak Knoll Press, 191 p.). Books --Marketing --History; Selling --Books --History; Booksellers and bookselling --History; Book industries and trade --History. Study of book history focused on promotion, advertising of printed materials; advertising, marketing techniques of booksellers, publishers from 15th to 20th century in western world.

James O’Shea (2011). The Deal from Hell: How Moguls and Wall Street Plundered Great American Newspapers. (New York, NY: PublicAffairs, 416 p.). CEO and Editor-in-Chief of the Chicago News Cooperative, Former Managing Editor of The Chicago Tribune, Former Editor of The Los Angeles Times. O’Shea, James (James E.); Los Angeles times --History --21st century; Journalists --United States --Biography; Newspaper editors --United States --Biography; Newspaper publishing --California --Los Angeles --History --21st century; American newspapers --Ownership; Press monopolies --United States. How news industry executives, editors, convinced they were acting in best interests of their publications, made series of flawed decisions that endangered journalistic credibility, drove newspapers, already confronting perfect storm of political, technological, economic, social turmoil, to brink of extinction; decisions that led to disaster in boardrooms, newsrooms from coast to coast; factors in overall economy, cultures of publicly held companies that contributed to declines of newspapers.

Mary Sponberg Pedley (2005). The Commerce of Cartography: Making and Marketing Maps in Eighteenth-Century France and England. (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 232 p.). Adjunct Assistant Curator of Maps at the William L. Clements Library (University of Michigan). Map industry and trade--France--History--18th century; Map industry and trade--England--History--18th century; Cartography--France--History--18th century; Cartography--England--History--18th century. 

Robert G. Picard, Jeffrey H. Brody (1997). The Newspaper Publishing Industry. (Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 224 p.). Newspaper publishing--United States; American newspapers.

Joad Raymond (1996). The Invention of the Newspaper: English Newsbooks, 1641-1649. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 379 p.). English newspapers--Great Britain--History--17th century.

Christopher A. Reed (2004). Gutenberg in Shanghai: Chinese Print Capitalism, 1876-1937. (Vancouver, BC: UBC Press, 391 p.). Associate Professor of History Department (Ohio State University). Printing--China--Shanghai--History; Publishers and publishing--China--Shanghai--History. Vital reevaluation of Chinese modernity. 

Rosalind Remer (1996). Printers and Men of Capital: Philadelphia Book Publishers in the New Republic. (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 210 p.). Publishers and publishing--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--History--18th century; Publishers and publishing--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--History--19th century.

Lyon N. Richardson (1966). A History of Early American Magazines, 1741-1789,. (New York, NY: Octagon Books, 414 p. [orig. pub. 1931]). American periodicals--History; American periodicals--Bibliography.

Thierry Rigogne (2007). Between State and Market: Printing and Bookselling in Eighteenth-Century France. (Oxford, UK, Voltaire Foundation, 313 p.). Fordham University. Booksellers and bookselling --France --History --18th century; Printing --France --History --18th century.

Leona Rostenberg & Madeleine B. Stern (2002). From Revolution to Revolution: Perspectives on Publishing & Bookselling, 1501-2001. (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 189 p.). Publishers and publishing--Europe, Western--History; Booksellers and bookselling--Europe, Western--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--History; Booksellers and bookselling--United States--History. 

Chris Ryall and Scott Tipton (2009). Comic Books 101: The History, Methods and Madness. (Cincinnati, OH: IMPACT Books, 288 p.). Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of IDW (comic book publisher); Founder and Editor-in-Chief of comics101.com. Comic books, strips, etc. --History and criticism. 60+ years of comic books, from origins to Hollywood adaptations, lingo, required reading lists, bios of most influential names in industry.

Andre Schiffrin (2001). The Business of Books: How The International Conglomerates Took Over Publishing & Changed The Way We Read . (New York, NY: Verso, 178 p.). Editor and Managing Director at Pantheon for 30 years; founded New Press in 1990. Schiffrin, André; Pantheon Books--History; Publishers and publishing--United States--History--20th century; Publishers and publishing--United States--Mergers--History--20th century; Book industries and trade--United States--History--20th century; Small presses--United States--History--20th century.

Researched and Edited by Carl Schlesinger; introduction by Elizabeth Harris (1989). The Biography of Ottmar Mergenthaler, Inventor of the Linotype (with added historical notes based on recent findings). (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Books, 125 p. [orig. pub. 1898]). Mergenthaler, Ottmar, 1854-1899; Linotype; Inventors--United States--Biography; Typesetting machines--History.

Barry Shank (2004). A Token of My Affection: Greeting Cards and American Business Culture. (New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 328 p.). Associate Professor of Comparative Studies (Ohio State University). Greeting cards industry United States History; Business etiquette United States; Consumption (Economics) United States; United States Social life and customs. 

Ammon Shea (2010). The Phone Book: The Curious History of the Book that Everyone Uses but No One Reads. (New York, NY: Perigee Book, 240 p.). Telephone --Directories --History. First printed version in 1878 (50 listings, no numbers); role in presidential elections, Supreme Court rulings, Senate filibusters, abstract art, subversive poetry, circus sideshows, criminal investigations, mental-health diagnoses, more.

Otha C. Spencer (1997). Staley McBrayer and the Offset Newspaper Revolution. (Commerce, TX: East Texas Mayo Press, Texas A&M University, 111 p.). McBrayer, Staley; Offset printing of newspapers--History; Offset printing of newspapers--Texas--Dallas Suburban Area--History; Offset printing of newspapers--Texas--Fort Worth Suburban Area--History.

Ed. Walter Stewart (1980). Canadian Newspapers: The Inside Story. (Edmonton, AB: Hurtig Press, 256 p.). Canadian newspapers--History.

John W. Tebbel (1969). The Compact History of the American Newspaper. (New York, NY: Hawthorn Books, 286 p.; New and revised [orig. publ. in 1963]). American Newspapers.

--- (1969). The American Magazine; A Compact History. (New York, NY: Hawthorn Books, 279 p.). American Periodicals.

--- (1972). A History of Book Publishing in the United States. (New York, NY: R.R. Bowker, 4 Volumes). Publishers, Publishing, Book Industries and Trade. v. 1. The creation of an industry, 1630-1865.--v. 2. The expansion of an industry, 1865-1919.--v. 3. The golden age between two wars, 1920-1940.--v. 4. The great change, 1940-1980.

--- (1987). Between Covers: The Rise and Transformation of Book Publishing in America. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 514 p.). Publishing, Book Industry.

David E.. Sumner (2010). The Magazine Century: American Magazines Since 1900. (New York, NY: Peter Lang, 242 p.). Professor of Journalism (Ball State University). American periodicals --History --20th century. 1900 and 2000 - Number of magazines grew from about 3,000 to 17,815 (593% increase, exceeded population growth by 95%); 1920 - typical American read less than half magazine per month; 2000 - figure tripled to 1.35 magazines per month; how, why magazines grew so rapidly; innovative publishers, editors, magazines and how, why they succeeded - move from general-interest to niche audiences originated early in century, not after rise of television; growth of advertising enabled cost of magazines to steadily decline; declining price, expanding audiences brought steady erosion in intellectual content(illustrated by rise in sex, celebrity titles during 1970s and later);assessment of decade since 2000, optimistic outlook.

John W. Tebbel with Mary Ellen Zuckerman (1991). The Magazine in America, 1741-1990. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 433 p.). American Periodicals.

Dana L. Thomas (1981). The Media Moguls: From Joseph Pulitzer to William S. Paley: Their Lives and Boisterous Times. (New York, NY: Putnam, 237 p.). Press--United States--History.

Alexis Weedon (2003). Victorian Publishing: The Economics of Book Production for a Mass Market, 1836-1916. (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 212 p.). Publishers and publishing Great Britain History 19th century; Publishers and publishing Great Britain History 20th century; Book industries and trade Great Britain History 19th century.; Book industries and trade Great Britain History 20th century.

Thomas Whiteside (1981). The Blockbuster Complex: Conglomerates, Show Business, and Book Publishing. (Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 207 p.). Publishers and publishing--United States. "Nearly all of the text of this book appeared originally in the New Yorker".

James Playsted Wood (1956). Magazines in the United States. (New York, NY: Ronald Press, 390 p. 2nd ed.]). American periodicals--History.

Ronald J. Zboray (1993). A Fictive People: Antebellum Economic Development and the American Reading Public. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 326 p.). Associate Professor of Communication and History (University of Pittsburgh). Books and reading--United States--History--19th century; American literature--Appreciation--United States--History--19th century; Book industries and trade--United States--History--19th century; Popular culture--United States--History--19th century; National characteristics, American; United States--Economic conditions--To 1865. 

Ronald J. Zboray and Mary Saracino Zboray (2005). Literary Dollars and Social Sense: A People's History of the Mass Market Book. (New York, NY: Routledge, 325 p.). Associate Professor of Communication and History (University of Pittsburgh); Visiting Scholar Department of Communication (University of Pittsburgh). Book industries and trade--United States--History--19th century; Books and reading--United States--History--19th century; Books--United States--Marketing--History--19th century. Prior to Civil War publishing in America transformed from  genteel artisan trade, supported by civic patronage and religious groups, to thriving, cut-throat national industry propelled by profit.

Mary Ellen Zuckerman (1998). A History of Popular Women’s Magazines in the United States, 1792-1995. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 272 p.). Women’s periodicals, American --History.

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Business History Links

Altweeklies.com                                                                            http://www.altweeklies.com/                                           

Alternative weekly publications are a common feature of many communities across the United States. Usually, they are distinguished from more traditional newspapers and publications by their long-form articles and pressing regional affairs and their witty and acerbic cultural commentary. The Association of Alternative Newsweeklies (AAN) is a trade organization with over 130 member news groups that represents the interests of these publications. Visitors can learn more about the AAN in the "About" section, move to the "AAN News" area, "Top Stories from Altweeklies" area - can read a wide range of articles from member publications ("The Art of Canvassing" and "Self Storage and the World of Hoarders"). "Awards" and "Conferences" area for people in the industry. Can sign up to receive updates from the AAN (their newsletter and story updates).

The Atlas of Early Printing                                                           http://atlas.lib.uiowa.edu/                                              

There are not many events as important in the history of Western civilization as the invention and widespread adoption of printing techniques. The Atlas of Early Printing is designed primarily to be used as a tool for teaching the early history of printing in Europe. Visitors can use the interactive map of Europe to learn more about this process; allows users to turn on and off different layers on the map that document the spread of printing, paper mills, fairs, and trade routes in order to get a better sense of how this technology gradually spread. Visitors can also click on each map element to learn a more, and, in the case of each city, can learn about the first recorded work printed there.

The Center for Cartoon Studies                                                          http://www.cartoonstudies.org/

Based in White River Junction, Vermont, The Center for Cartoon Studies (CCS) offers courses and degree programs centered "on the creation and dissemination of comics, graphic novels and other manifestations of the visual narrative." Visitors to their website can learn about these formal academic programs, check out their engaging blog, and learn about recent work from students, alumni, and faculty members. Also, visitors should look at their "Events" calendar, read about the "Visiting Artist", and their Flickr photos, which document the Center's activities. Moving on, users will also want to check out the "Schulz Library", as it provides information about this resource, along with offering a link to a separate blog. The website also includes an additional set of links to books published by the Center, and that's also worth a look.

Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers                     http://www.loc.gov/chroniclingamerica/                         

Visitors to this website may "search and read newspaper pages from 1900-1910 and find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present." The Newspaper Directory allows users to "search or browse the directory of newspapers published in a particular place and time." This site is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP).

Crandall Historic Printing Museum                                                       http://crandallmuseum.org/.

What printing was like or how historical documents were made; significant impact printing has had on world history. This story is seldom told or preserved, even in the school systems. The process of re-discovery of these printing methods at the museum has also helped to uncover new understandings of the past and develop greater insights and appreciations of the inventors, philosophers and printers that have so shaped our current events. Research, publication and academic support are part of the museum's educational mission. 

Digital Comic Museum                                                                http://digitalcomicmuseum.com/                                       

Presents hundreds of unique comics in their original format, published decades ago by long-gone companies (Croydon Publishing Company and Key Publications). Visitors can make their way through 1950s classics like "Black Cobra" and war-time classic "Joe Yank" and "Sparky Watts", who was billed as the "World's Strongest Funny Man". Provides a look into a number of obscure comic book titles.

Dow Jones History                                                                           http://www.dowjones.com/TheCompany/History/                  

Timeline for this company founded in 1882 by Charles Henry Dow, Edward Davis Jones, and Charles Milford Bergstresser "in a small basement office at 15 Wall Street in New York." Significant dates include the 1884 founding of the Dow Jones Indexes (which include the Dow Jones Industrial Average), 1889 when The Wall Street Journal began publication, and 1897 when the "Ticker" was announced. From Dow Jones & Webster.

From Noah Webster to Merriam-Webster: Celebrating 200 Year of Dictionary Making in America    

http://www.merriamwebster.com/info/webster-reform.htm

In 2006 "Merriam-Webster celebrates the bicentennial anniversary of America's first dictionary, Noah Webster's A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language, published in 1806." The site features a timeline, a list of words appearing for the first time in Webster's 1806 dictionary, and brief background about Noah Webster's spelling reforms. Also includes listings of associated spelling bee events for children and adults. From Merriam-Webster.

The Funny Side of the Street                                                   http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wsj/                                

The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection was generously donated to Baker Library by Charles Preston, the founder and editor of the cartoon feature in The Wall Street Journal, which has appeared under the heading "Pepper...and Salt" since June 6, 1950.

HarpWeekly                                                                        www.harpweek.com                                                    

Harper's Weekly is really the only consistent, comprehensive, week-to-week chronological record of what happened world-wide in the last half of the nineteenth century. Manually indexed - nineteenth century language, occurrences and illustration content put into twenty-first century terminology. 56 years of Harper's Weekly provide a continuous record of what happened on a weekly basis from 1857 through 1912. The first segment includes the Civil War Era: 1857-1865. The next two cover Reconstruction: 1866-1871 and 1872-1877. The last six encompass the Gilded Age: 1878-1912.

Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument                                     http://www.hearstcastle.org/                                           

Second largest private home in the country housing the collection of publisher William Randolph Hearst. Includes gardens, statues, interior collection of ceilings, paintings, furniture, carpets. Over 70,000 objects of art on display. Take a Tour! Near Big Sur.

History of British Newspapers                                                        http://www.newspapersoc.org.uk/default.asp?cid=347              

The Newspaper Society represents and promotes the interests of Britain's regional and local press, who between them own 1,301 daily and weekly, paid-for and free newspaper titles. It was founded in 1836 and is believed to be the oldest publishers' association in the world.

HoBo (History of the Book)                                                              http://users.ox.ac.uk/~hobo/hobo/index2.html                

Formerly known as History of the Book @ Oxford. Comprehensive coverage of all UK seminars, lectures and conferences related to the history of the book; also includes some European and American events.

History of Business Journalism                                                          http://www.bizjournalismhistory.org/                              

Project of the Carolina Business News Initiative at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Initiative trains college students and professional journalists to become better business journalists.

Manuscripts, Books, and Maps: The Printing Press and a Changing World                                                                                                       http://communication.ucsd.edu/bjones/Books/booktext.html

Masters of American Comics                                                           http://www.hammer.ucla.edu/exhibitions/94/                  

Companion to a 2005-2006 exhibition of work by "15 artists who shaped the development of the American comic strip and comic book during the past century." Includes images of 30 works by artists such as Winsor McCay (Little Nemo), George Herriman (Krazy Kat), Chester Gould (Dick Tracy), Will Eisner, Charles M. Schulz, R. Crumb, Art Spiegelman, and Chris Ware. From the UCLA Hammer Museum at the University of California, Los Angeles.

The McClatchy Company: Timeline                                                    http://www.mcclatchy.com/about2/timeline/                     

Brief overview of the history of this California-based newspaper and Internet publisher, whose holdings include the Sacramento Bee (founded in 1857), the Fresno Bee, the Star Tribune in Minneapolis-St. Paul, and the Knight-Ridder company (acquired in 2006). Includes links to additional material on Pulitzer prizes won by newspapers now with the McClatchy Company, a list of member newspapers, and news about the company and its operations.

Newspaper History: The British Library Newspaper Library                 http://www.bl.uk/collections/newspaper/histnews.html       

Annotated directory of links reflecting the history of newspapers in the United States and the United Kingdom. Includes chronologies, essays, artwork images, brief histories, and links to texts of headliner stories such as the Titanic and execution of Marie Antoinette. From the British Library. Subjects: Newspaper publishing -- United States -- History | Newspaper publishing -- Great Britain -- History.

New York Times Company History                                                  http://www.nytco.com/company-timeline.html                 

Company Milestones includes key milestones in The New York Times Company's history such as acquisition and divestiture dates. NY Times Timeline is a distillation of over 150 years, 52,000 issues and billions of words drawn from The Times’s archives and electronic database, The Company's records and various histories of the paper and its people.

The Paperback Revolution                                                           http://www.crcstudio.arts.ualberta.ca/paperbacks/                   

An "online exploration of the history of paperback books" between 1935 and 1960. This new form of book "helped to democratize reading by increasing readership and eroding the lines between 'high' and 'low' literature." There is an animated timeline, a virtual paperback rack with a gallery of covers and the first few pages of each book, and links to other online resources. Subjects: Paperbacks; Publishers and publishing.

Postcard & Greeting Card Museum                                                   http://www.emotionscards.com/museum/museum.html           

This site provides a history of postcards and greeting cards from Victorian times to the 20th century, including information about pioneers of the greeting card industry, and modern greeting card statistics. It features galleries of images of vintage cards for holidays and events, such as New Year's Day, Valentine's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Christmas, birthdays, and birth announcements. From a greeting card company. Subjects: Postcards; Greeting cards

Printer, Publisher, Peddler: The Business of the Jewish Books http://www.library.upenn.edu/exhibits/cajs/PrinterPublisherPeddler/      

This online exhibition documents the history of the Jewish book trade from the 15th through the 20th centuries using examples from the University of Pennsylvania's library collections. Includes a bibliography and a link to a related exhibit about the Jewish book. From the University of Pennsylvania Library.

Publishers' Bindings Online 1815-1930: The Art of Books                  
http://bindings.lib.ua.edu/
In another historical era, decorative bookbindings were commonplace and even if owners of such items were not aware of their symbolic importance, they still often treasured such volumes. As part of a unique partnership between the University of Alabama University Libraries and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries, close to 5,000 of these intriguing bookbindings are now available online from this site. It is the project's hope that its work "will strengthen the growing interest in and create broader awareness for this 'common' object called the book." Visitors to the site will want to browse the various bookbindings by subject or perform a more detailed search, if they so desire. The "Research Tools" section of the site also contains some brief biographies of noted binding designers in the 19th and early 20th centuries and this area of the site also promises a glossary in the near future.  Rounding out the site is ample documentation regarding the creation and development of the project, along with two reports presented to the funding agency, which in this case was the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Publishers Weekly                                                                                http://publishersweekly.reviewsnews.com/                                  

The International News Source of  and Book Publishing and Bookselling.

St. Bride's Library                                                                  http://www.stbride.org/                                         

One of the most extensive collections of books on printing and typography, a fully-equipped letterpress printing workshop and a rich treasury of artifacts from the trade. Collections cover printing and related subjects: paper and binding, graphic design and typography, typefaces and calligraphy, illustration and printmaking, publishing and book-selling and the social and economic aspects of the printing, book, newspaper and magazine trades.

State Capital Publishing Museum                                                       http://www.okhistory.org/outreach/museums/ publishingmuseum.html                                               

Large collection of original furnishings and printing equipment. Museum exhibits include the history of the State Capital Company, printing technology and other aspects of life from the territorial and early statehood era.1899 - Frank Hilton Greer organized State Capital Company in Guthrie, OK; built business that included one of largest printing operations in southwest, three most widely circulated newspapers in Oklahoma; 1895 - designated the official printer of the territory and the Capital its official newspaper; purchased first linotype machine in Oklahoma (automatically set type, revolutionized the printing industry).

United States Copyright Office: A Brief Introduction and History        http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ1a.html                          

A principle of American law is that an author of a work may reap the fruits of his or her intellectual creativity for a limited period of time. Copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States for original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, architectural, cartographic, choreographic, pantomimic, pictorial, graphic, sculptural, and audiovisual creations. "Copyright" literally means the right to copy. The term has come to mean that body of exclusive rights granted by law to authors  for protection of their work. The owner of copyright has the exclusive right to reproduce, distribute, and, in the case of certain works, publicly perform or display the work; to prepare derivative works; in the case of sound recordings, to perform the work publicly by means of a digital audio transmission; or to license others to engage in the same acts under specific terms and conditions. Copyright protection does not extend to any idea, procedure, process, slogan, principle, or discovery.

Village Voice 50th Anniversary                                             http://www.villagevoice.com/specials/?page=50th                     

The history of independent weekly newspapers in the United States is quite compelling, and it would seem that almost every American city has at least one of these types of papers. New York has many of these ferociously independent papers, the best known is most likely the Village Voice. Founded 50 years ago by a group of literary types (including Norman Mailer), the paper continues to be a vital force in independent journalism, and remains well-regarded for its erudite book reviews, film critiques, and other forms of criticism. This site pays homage to their first 50 years, and it includes an interactive slideshow of some of their most notable covers, along with a timeline that offers the Voice's own unique perspective on various happenings within New York, such as the rise of punk and the career of Lenny Bruce. The site is rounded out by a selection of book reviews from the pages of the Voice over the years, including short pieces on Franny and Zooey and The Confessions of Nat Turner.

Washington Post: 125th Anniversary                                                   http://www.washingtonpost.com/wpdyn/metro/specials/post125/

 

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